As we all know that every first Saturday of September of each year we celebrate and remember our departed parents both known and unknown. This years memorial ceremony was celebrated by Reverend Mutasa (our father) and a new theme was presented.Although few people attended the ceremony because of the pandemic,the
Rumbidzai Nyamukondewa My name is Rumbidzai Alma Nyamukondewa. Im a lady aged 23. I am a recently qualified Occupational Therapist awaiting to graduate. This is a 4 year program which I did with the University of Zimbabwe. It is a health science which is hosted under the department of rehabilitation.
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal it is the courage to continue that counts” Churchill Winston. Please sing to the sweet melodies of our brothers and sisters below. Patricia Sibanda Graduated God has been faithful to me since day one. On the 2nd of 0ctober l graduated.
We are truly “Delight-ed” to announce that our brother Delight will tie the knot with Rachel Nkatha on the 12th of December in the “City of Kings”- Bulawayo. The family looks forward to this day and invites you to support them on their special and precious day. Please pray that
We recently had a session with Auntie Rufaro Chiriseri from K.UK Alliance .org who shared with us some valuable information on a mentorship programme that has been agreed between them and our Trustees.Auntie Rufaro highlighted the importance of mentorship and why we need mentorship .She went on to talk about
Tariro Youth Project is a loving and beautiful home filled with amazing people as we continuously learn new skills each day. One of the greatest lessons we are taught is to take responsibility for our own lives and obviously to pray. And one of our main routines is that, when
John and Linnet tied the knot It was a wonderful day on the 13th of June when John and Linnet tied the knot. Due to the lockdown restrictions the wedding took place at our homeplace.The Bishop Farai Mutamiri administered the sacrament of marriage to the two. Bishop started off
It is of great importance to inform our donors, sponsors as well as our trustees from all over the world of our day to day activities since the beginning of the lock-down. We start our day with devotions in the morning as a family, we do some regular exercises
The TYP family had a wonderful day on Tuesday 10th of March celebrating International Women’s Day. Various organizations namely; Young Generation, Prospaz, Higherlife Foundation and Helpline Zimbabwe came to Tariro House to celebrate with us. Some of our perceptions about the day were different. By the end of the
We would like to wish our brother Fidelis a very happy birthday and each and every day we thank God for giving us a brother like him as he’s so loving ,caring, protective and supportive. Hence wish you the best in everything in your life. Below is the photo