Mtshabezi Mission is a large complex in southern Zimbabwe, which includes a 110-bed hospital, a primary school with 675 pupils, a high school with nearly 1,000 pupils (mostly boarders), a Bible school, and various agricultural endeavors.
Massive amounts of water sustain these establishments, and there are frequent breakdowns of equipment and storage facilities. Keeping the water system in good working order is a constant problem. At present, frequent power cuts incapacitate the pumping system run by electric motors.
As we at Mtshabezi Mission seek to meet the needs of many people, water is vital to our success. Help us sustain and upgrade the Mtshabezi Mission water system, including purchasing fuel for the generator and repairing and improving the water infrastructure.
By giving to the Mtshabezi Mission Water project, you provide thousands of people access to clean water, enabling the mission to continue offering life-changing programs.
Note: Mtshabezi Mission is led by the Zimbabwe Brethren in Christ Church.