Zimbabwe Episcopal Area

Social Concerns
Salome Mudiwa, age 19, is a first-year student at Bindura University of Science Education. She is studying natural resources in Bindura, Zimbabwe.  Photo by the Rev. Taurai Emmanuel Maforo, UM News.

Rural girls face challenges at city universities

Rural girls seeking education in cities in Zimbabwe are at risk if they take emotional or financial support from older men.
Social Concerns
Rufaro Chisenga places her offering on the altar at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Harare, Zimbabwe. Despite the country’s economic turmoil, pastors say members are continuing to give to the church. Photo by Priscilla Muzerengwa, UM News.

Zimbabwe churches keep faith in tough economic times

Financial turmoil affects United Methodist congregations, but churches continue mission and ministries.
Evangelism
Students practice traditional dance and music at Ngundu Primary School in Buhera, Zimbabwe. The once-ailing school now has new classrooms and teacher quarters built through the Chabadza Community Development Program, a partnership between The United Methodist Church in Norway and Zimbabwe. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UMNS.

Chabadza partnership revives ailing school

The Chabadza Community Development Program, a partnership between The United Methodist Church in Norway and Zimbabwe, saves village school from closing.
Mission and Ministry
People wade through floodwaters following Cyclone Kenneth, which hit the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique in late April. Photo by Saviano Abreu, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

Cyclone relief efforts continue in Mozambique

United Methodists offer supplies, spiritual support to survivors of Cylone Kenneth in the northern part of the country and Cyclone Idai in central Mozambique.

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