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Nine girls retrieved from child marriages to get fully sponsored ICT Training – MCMZ

NINE GIRLS FULLY SPONSORED/ICT TRAINING GIRLS RETRIEVED FROM CHILD MARRIAGES COMING – ANNOUNCES MCMZ PROGRAMS DIRECTOR

Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia (MCMZ) Programs Director, Ms. Farai Sylvia Liwewe has announced the organization is embarking on providing ICT training for girls retrieved from child marriages.

Announcing the ICT programme yesterday 1st October, 2017, Ms. Liwewe called on the corporate world and general public to help donate used computers or sell them at a give away price to enable the MCMZ to embark on the ICT programme smoothly.

“We are appealing to the general public and the business community that would love to donate used desktop computers or sell at a give away price to please do get in touch with us.” Said Liwewe.

She says the robust ICT programme will equip the girls from basic computer operation to job hunting after completing their school.

“We would like our girls to benefit from the ICT skills training which will include; Computer operation, Microsoft word, excel, PowerPoint, email and internet surfing basics, and job search skills.” Said Liwewe

Ms. Liwewe has further announced nine (09) girls out of fifteen (15) girls of being fully sponsored.

“I am proud to announce that a total of nine (09) girls of the fifteen (15) girls to have fully received sponsorship and are currently attending schools with Choma district local schools namely Nahumba Basic, St. Patrick’s Basic, and Choma Day Secondary respectively.” Added Ms. Liwewe.

She has thanked partners of Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambian (MCMZ) and called them to continue standing with the organization in the years to come.

“To all our sponsors, we are grateful and remain hopeful that you shall continue to support us even in the years to come.” She said.

Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia (MCMZ) is a nonprofit Choma based organization that seeks to inspire sustainable breakthroughs in the fight against early, child marriage, and meeting the needs of retrieved child brides.

We carried a story on her in the February edition of ZASA Magazine and this is one of the reasons why… You can read the story of this phenomenal young woman and what her organisation does here.


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Sources: Farai Sylvia Liwewe Article | Announcement Post

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