Make a difference in the lives of many young people.
Who Are We?
Tariro Youth Project is a private voluntary organization whose aims are to rebuild broken dreams, hopes, and lives and avoid multiple rejections of the youth in our society. It is a family built on the Christian foundations. The Family consists of boys and girls whose talents lay dormant. The agenda is to assist the children to achieve their dreams and become responsible God fearing persons. Our core values are Hope, Faith and unconditional Love. Read More
TYP family grow quality chickens which are big in size. The chickens are good for a better price. Thanks to the children who don’t tire up on doing good things and they do the projects with a loving and willing heart.View More Projects
As a Christian family we need spiritual support from all persons of faith throughout the whole world. TYP is a house which is open to any person willing to help the children to grow spiritually.Ways to support
- 2018 Memorial Service: Coming Together Is Beginning, Keeping Together Is Progress, And Working Together Is A Success!
- Tariro Youth Project turns 9
- Glendah – Our first sister to have the bridal price paid for and to be wedded on the 27th of October 2018!
- Eunice Masendeke’s 22nd birthday
- Wellington’s 27th BIRTHDAY.
- 18 Oct
2018 Memorial Service: Coming Together Is Beginning, Keeping Together Is Progress, And Working Together Is A Success!Read more
On the first day and Saturday of September 2018, as our tradition prescribes, we held our annual memorial service to remember our deceased loved ones.
- 13 Sep
Glendah – Our first sister to have the bridal price paid for and to be wedded on the 27th of October 2018!Read more
On the 23rd of the month of June, we were elated to hold the bridal price event for our eldest sister, Glendah Farirepi, the first
If you want short term returns grow maize, If you want long term returns grow trees, BUT for life time returns grow people!Grandma Beata Tumishime
it ‘s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.Rev. Fr Phillip Mutasa