The sinking of a water well at Triple S Centre of Hope ensured access to clean water for the children at the centre. But children do not survive on water alone, they need food. Though we have been blessing the centre with basic food items from the grocery stores we felt the importance of establishing… Continue reading Improving the nutritional status of orphans and vulnerable children in Domboshava
Excellence is both a choice and commitment. It is a choice to being the best version of yourself and a commitment to applying yourself to the best of your ability. Excellence is sustained by the application of the principle of kaizen- a Japanese philosophy of changing for the better or constant improvement. To stay true… Continue reading Affiliate yourself to the Excellence Club
Global BP Solutions / ZimWorX continues to positively impact the community. The organization recently partnered with Ms Chido Gutu who is, the Lead Recruiter at Global BP Solutions and founder of Let Them Trust at an event held in Gutsa Village in Domboshava. During this event, two programs were running simultaneously. 33 Adolescent girls received reusable sanitary… Continue reading Let Them Trust
At the end of the last quarter, we embarked on a process of extending our sphere of impact to the policing fraternity. Today, 5 May 2021, saw us cementing our relationship with the Zimbabwe Republic Police by donating some musical, information and technology equipment and groceries to the Police Headquarters National Chaplaincy Department. Part of… Continue reading Ministry within the police force.
The win-win-win mantra undergirds our Growing Together Culture. At the beginning of the year, Pastoral Care launched an incentive-based strategy with the objective of increasing participation in our programs and activities. Our pastoral care programs are tailor-made to contribute to the spiritual and other developmental aspects of the human person. Active participation by employees will… Continue reading A win for One is a win for many
Our Growing Together Culture is animated by the win-win-win philosophy. We are all motivated by winning – that is a social fact. Unfortunately, this can lead to excessive competition to outdo the other. At ZimWorX, our approach to winning is not undergirded by the quest to out-do each other but rather by the desire to… Continue reading Win-Win-Win
“What are you discussing with each other while you walk along?” This is how Jesus entered into a conversation with the two disciples on the way to Emmaus (Lk24:13-35). They were coming from a situation of deep hurt and betrayal. Their responsorial psalm to Jesus’ conversation starter was nothing but a lucid expression of shattered… Continue reading Why we do what we do
I’m encouraged by the people of Judah’s Faith. When they were under attack from the Moabite, and Ammonite armies. In the face of this great army, they said “we have no power to face this vast army that is attacking us. We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you” (2… Continue reading Focus on God.
On 29 January 2021 representatives of the 3 organizations, that we collaborated within our community outreach efforts, converged at our offices in CBD. These are reps from ChengaOse Association, Triple S Centre of Hope and Nyararai Children’s Home. This time our focus was not on the disadvantaged children but on the men and women who… Continue reading Caring for the caregiver
When giving back is part of who you are “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” — Mahatma Gandhi It is an important part of human nature to belong. The best way of belonging is immersing yourself in the community and helping those that need it. Chenga… Continue reading Becoming more than just a business: Chenga Ose Association
Growing Together Goals: Assisting our very own, Petrina, in rebuilding her house after it had been reduced to ashes by a vicious fire. We came together and demonstrated how we will “Grow Together”!
As part of our Outreach Project, we periodically visit Rose Of Sharon Visit Children’s home and help out in any way we can including donating food, cleaning and praying with the children.
Takudza is an eight-year-old orphan who suffers from Cerebral Palsy. Recently he struggled from a bout with pneumonia and had to be hospitalized. Upon inspection of his home, it was discovered that its poor condition played a role in Takudza’s pneumonia. Global BP and its employees immediately assisted with food and house renovations, making the… Continue reading Hopley Outreach Project