The local pastors in Chinaka, Zimbabwe, are busy advocating for their most vulnerable children and the work the Care Workers are doing. They are there any time they are needed, whether it be clearing land for the Care Point or encouraging the Care Workers.
In Chinaka Community, #Zimbabwe, #CareWorkers are caring for and supporting 125 of the most vulnerable children. At the present time, Hands at Work is working with the community to build a new Care Point – a #LifeCentre for the children. The Care Workers and the local pastors have taken a lead in this construction by making bricks, clearing roads and helping to dig pits for toilets. There has been a well built for water and a fence put around the Care Point. The construction of the main building and toilets will be happening in the near future. This is an exciting development for a community who truly understands what it means to care for each other.⠀- #LocalChurch #CaringForTheMostVulnerable
Tyler Ralph ( #InternationalVolunteer, #Canada) reflects on local pastors’ involvement in #Zimbabwe: ⠀⠀⠀ “Farai and the local office team in Mutare are busy trying to engage pastors from the local community of Sakubva. Many of these pastors have been around for years, but there was a need to challenge them in the way that they support both Sakubva and Chinyausunzi Community Based Organisations (CBO). Farai and the team brought the pastors from Mutare up to Honde Valley to visit Chinaka Community. They chose Chinaka because the pastors there are very dedicated to the work, constantly supporting the Care Workers in their spiritual growth. ⠀
⠀⠀ The Sakubva pastors were able to hear about God’s heart for the vulnerable children as well as hear from the Chinaka pastors about their involvement in the CBO. The Sakubva pastors shared that they felt convicted because they were not doing their best to support the children. They committed to being more intentional in the work that is happening in Sakubva and Chinyausunzi.”#LocalChurch
125 of the most vulnerable children in Chinaka Community receive a daily hot and nutritious meal, access to education and access to basic health care.