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About Me: 

My name is Tendayi Mazviwanza, and i am a volunteer. I work with old people who are 65 years and above at their old people's homes, at church and also in the community particularly in my community of Chitungwiza. During my volunteering, i have discovered that old people in our country are being legged behind. I always visit them with some food handouts and clothing until i come up with this initiative of a trust organisation called Save the Elderly Trust. We registered our trust organisation in May of 2010. The current economic situation in our country is not good enough especially for these seniors who can nolonger do/help themselves. I hope my desire and dream will come true as a woman.

My Passions: 
Doing cherity work
My Challenges: 
international network and support
My Vision for the Future: 
To raise awareness of elderly within the society, proffessionla, stakeholders and the public at large
My Areas of Expertise: 
Providing older people with a sense of well-being
My Languages: 
English, French

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