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THE CALL FOR HELP FOR Zimbabwe Students Recruitment Program, www.zsrp.org is still on

THE CALL FOR HELP FOR Zimbabwe Students Recruitment Program, www.zsrp.org is still on
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Mfanyana   in reply to Eutawangel   on

Help with food: Hi. my name is erica and i live in alabama. I am married and we have one son who is six

How come Eutawangel has not responded to Mfanyana on ZSRP?
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I know that it is not fashionable to talk about money at times when people are financially

I know that it is not fashionable to talk about money at times when people are financially under water but, since it is the engine of life it cannot be avoided. I am back again, making an appeal for donations to our non profit organization whose purpose is to assist destitute Zimbabwe college students. If you have questions on this request, please contact me at jzwana@yahoo.com. Be blessed. I hope you can extend your hand and reach out. Thank you
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Nonprofit Organizations

The Zimbabwe Students Recruitment Program, Inc is a 501c3 non profit organization registered in New York State. Its aim is to set up a scholarship fund to assist Zimbabwean college students who come from poor family back grounds to access opportunities to go to college in or out of Zimbabwe. The Board of ZSRP is requesting your donation of any size. You can visit us at WWW.ZSRP.ORG and click DONATE. For further information, you can contact Japhet M. Zwana at jzwana@yahoo.com
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What's on your heart and mind today?

When a country suffers from economic hemorrhage, its people suffer from mass starvation, shortage of medicines and water supplies. When there are mass arrests of Opposition members and a wide spread breach of civil and human rights, the world should know about these developments. If the individual behind such a situation is the head of the nation, that should also be known. If and when the leader dies, that should be public information. Yet. when the dictator President of Malawi died last month, there was silence in the US media. Why?
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 in response to Bremage...   Thank you for that revelation. I can imagine how much indebted to you the individual feels. More importantly, your gesture has touched the hearts and stomachs of many Zims who are beneficiaries of services rendered by your sponsoree. May blessings attend you always. I am confident that your prayer will be received.
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What's on your heart and mind today?

I wish that people with compassion would understand the economic misery that the citizens of Zimbabwe are in. They may be in a position to do or say something. As a higher education professional, I want the American public to be aware of the painful situation of Zimbabwean high school graduates and some college students who come from poor families. In Zimbabwe, the latter are the order of the day. The overwhelming majority of the population live under the poverty level. The average salary of a worker is around $150 a month. The average tuition cost at local colleges is $500. The level of unemployment, among the highest in the world, does not yield an employable environment. As such, there are no jobs for non, nor college dropouts. The government is unable and unwilling to help them and, there are no scholarship opportunities for them. They end up as guests of the unforgiving streets of major cities.

This development does not bode well for Zimbabwe's future. A country that fails to educate its citizens is doomed to be a failed state, incapable of providing for its own or making any significant contribution to international progress.
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What's on your heart and mind today?

 in response to CnsmrRep...   Hi Schmidty: I have the impression that you have the capability to refer people to fundraising resources for their non profit organizations. If you could, please give me some for my start up charity to raise funds to support college students from poor families. I can be contacted at jzwana@yahoo.com. Thank you.
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What's on your heart and mind today?

There is so much suffering in our world. The biggest let down is when those with the wherewithal to alleviate the pain choose to stand by and do nothing. Hundreds of students in Zimbabwe cannot go to college on account their parents earn so little money or are out of work. College tuitions are hitting the roof and keep soaring. The world public can do something about this serious situation by contacting the ZSRP organization at WWW. ZSRP. ORG
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The other day, I believe it was April 18, 2012, I read the speech made by the President of Zimbabwe at its 32 nd Anniversary celebrations. He acknowleged dignitaries and audience at large in attendance. He mentioned dignitaries by their groupings eg cabinet, judiciary etc. Conspicuous of its absence was mention of the clergy. This omission is significant for two reasons. The first is that such a celebration carries political as well as cultural/religious connotations. The second is that President Mugabe claims to be e devout Catholic
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ZSRP money

I am fine but anxious to make progress in our efforts to raise money for ZSRP, Inc
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What's on your heart and mind today?

I need someone to talk to about raising funds for my non pfrofit organization, the Zimbabwe Students Recruitment Program, Inc
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Mfanyana   in reply to The Wizard   on

Nonprofit Organizations

Dear Sir/Madam,

My name is Japhet Zwana. I am a college retired professor. I have started a non profit organization whose mission is to set up an academic scholarship fund to assist Zimbabwe college students from poor families to obtain money to go to college and be able to pay tuition/fees. The shattered economy has affected the poor so much parents cannot afford to send children to college. Those unable to go or drop out, cannot find jobs due to the highest unemployment rate in the world. I need help with donations and donor database. Could you please, assist! Thank you.

Japhet M. Zwana
President:Zimbabwe Students Recruitment Program, Inc (www.zsrp.org)

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