The piggery is now self-sustaining.

Pafiwa Alumni Association
launched November 2012

2006 Visit some of what we took from people here

Funding pupils through school
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Chickens and Pigs
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New classroom for African Primary School

The new classrooms are in full use - all they need now is another 2 classroom block like it  - anyone got a spare 8,000 they would like to donate?


Books presented to
St James Primary School

NEW pictures of the piggery

Visit to Africa University by staff and pupils. Report by teacher at the school

The UN's
World Food Programme
(WFP) and Southern Africa
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Piggery plans and pictures of the site

We visited Professor Nyagura,
Vice Chancellor of the University Of Zimbabwe
in Harare


Newengo Primary School. Thanks to the generosity of donors we are now supporting 138 children.  Most of those pictured are the orphans of AIDS victims



Click picture below for photo album of eventText books handed over to Newengo Primary School

Thank You year 8 students at Higham Lane School Nuneaton.

The pupils planned a charity event to raise money for MCDP. Peter Banks, the teacher who helped them organise the event, presented a cheque for 300 to MCDP at the end of term assembly.

Bosworth Hall, Market Bosworth, Leicestershire have been supporting us and given us the opportunity to share information about the project with visitors to the hotel. As a result donations from customers have been collected.  A BIG thank you to the management for their help.

MCDP on BBC radio Sunday 19th November
Peter Wrigley was invited to the early morning radio show to talk about the project. The BBC have very kindly agreed to let us put the interview onto our website. To listen to the interview click
HERE or for a smaller file size version HERE

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The piggery project is off the ground. All the materials have been purchased and the builders are putting the final touches to the buildings. The pigs are due any day now and as soon as we get pictures they will be here!

The football strips sent out from a teacher at Hartshill School in Nuneaton were received with an enthusiasm that was overwhelming. The school team had won the district competition and were representing the district against the winners from the other districts in the province.
They chose to wear one of the strips to play in that knockout final. They lost 1 - 0 in the final round but were awarded the prize for the best disciplined team.



New links have been made and opportunities to work in other areas of Zimbabwe and make a difference.










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