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Henry Chitsenga

United KingdomOxford, United Kingdom

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May 17, 2013

Henry Chitsenga

About Me: 

Maths teacher, Maths examiner (GCSE and IB Higher Level Paper 2), philanthropist, born again christian and an athlete (100m, 200m and 400m). Current record holder of 200m for the seniors in Oxfordshire county (province). Founder of Sub-Saharan Children's Hope Trust (UK charity) and co-founder of Mwana Trust (Zimbabwean charity).
My whole life and philosophy is grounded in Christian principle of service to others, particularly to those who are most vulnerable in society. My religious beliefs and upbringing engendered in me a compassionate outlook on those I view as underserved groups in society.

My Passions: 
Children's rights mainly orphans and under privileged in their societies
My Challenges: 
Breaking boundaries of societies. Resources to carry out my calling.
My Vision for the Future: 
Every child in Sub-Saharan Africa who is under the age of 16/17 must have free education
My Areas of Expertise: 
Maths, fundraising, sports and being a caring father
My Languages: 
English, Shona, Spanish

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