An article by one of the camp facilitators Brad Odilo on the LifeSkills Camp of April 2018. The giant swing jolted us from an almost 45 degree angle fast into free fall, we had agreed to let go our hands and arms from the swing bar. The idea behind it was to experience what recklessness […]
This year’s camp was INCREDIBLE AND SO Enlightening. Please see pictures below, the write up will follow soon.
One of NdaiZiva’s Programmes is Project Wings which promotes the provision of sanitary wear to young women and Girls. We teamed up with Touching Lives who donated some pads for Chitenderano High School in Norton . https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=501389773549828&set=a.236097203412421.1073741831.100010364298823&type=3&theater
As one of its 2016 initiatives Rotaract Msasa has chosen Ndaiziva as one of its projects that it will support this year. Rotaract donated care packages that included blankets and otehr necessities to children in Norton. The event is covered in pictures below.
A four day adolescent and youth camp was held by the NdaiZiva Capacity Development from 25 to 28 April 2016. The aim of the camp was to equip young people from Norton with life skills to deal with Sexual Reproductive health and Rights (SRH&R) issues, Gender Based Violence (GBV) and HIV prevention. They were also […]
The life skills development camp took place from the 9th to the 13th of December 2013 at Rest Haven in Glen Forest. 53 children, 17 boys and 36 girls aged from 8 to 18 years participated in the camp. They were grouped according to ages: 8 to 10; 11 to 13, 14 to 15, and […]
Thank you to all the friends of NdaiZiva Trust who joined us in our dinner and jazz events. We are humbled that you came out in your numbers to not only cheer us on but to participate in our inaugural event. Our Norton-based mentors enlightened us on the challenges that our orphans and vulnerable children […]