It’s All Smiles at Murambinda Schools

…as President Mnangagwa’s inclusive policy bears fruits

The 15th Cabinet session received a detailed report from Vice President Colonel (Retired) K.C.D. Mohadi, Chairperson of the Cabinet Committee on State Occasions and National Monuments, on the successful hosting of the 2024 Children’s Party and the 44th Independence Day Celebrations. The report highlighted significant progress aligned with President Mnangagwa’s vision of ‘leaving no one and no place behind,’ fostering national unity, social cohesion, and equal opportunities for all Zimbabweans.

Since the beginning of the Second Republic, there has been a conscious effort to transform the organization of national events. President Mnangagwa has promoted the decentralization of these events, ensuring benefits for every region. This was evident in the 2024 Children’s Party and Independence Day Celebrations at Murambinda Growth Point in Buhera District, showcasing significant infrastructural advancements and leaving a lasting impact on the community.

Murambinda A Primary, Murambinda B Primary, and Murambinda B Secondary schools benefited from a state-of-the-art soccer pitch, complete with FIFA-standard changing rooms. Additionally, a new classroom block was constructed, and existing buildings at these schools were renovated.

Murambinda Growth Point also saw the establishment of 30 business units, fostering entrepreneurship within the community and aligning with the Second Republic’s Vision 2030. Furthermore, 88 boreholes were drilled in Buhera District as part of the Presidential Rural Development Programme, ensuring water availability through 17 piped water schemes.

This initiative demonstrates the Second Republic’s commitment to practical solutions and President Mnangagwa’s vision of universal water access.

Legacy orchards were established at Murambinda A Primary and Murambinda B Secondary Schools to improve food security and nutrition, supporting the goals of the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1). Additionally, 34 other schools across Manicaland Province were identified for the establishment of legacy plantations, where 44,000 trees will be planted on 51.7 hectares, showcasing the Second Republic’s commitment to inclusive and holistic development.

In line with the National e-Learning Strategy, a pilot project targeting 10 schools was initiated.

President Mnangagwa directed the provision of 1,000 computers to schools in Manicaland Province, preparing learners for a technologically advanced future.

The Second Republic is hands-on, ensuring no one and no place is left behind through the decentralization of national events and initiatives.

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