Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Diabetes Awareness Day 16th August 2014

Please take note that there will be a FREE diabetes awareness day health screening at 40 Josiah Tongogara Avenue, Harare Zimbabwe from 12noon to 4pm open to ALL ages and did we mention it was FREE???

Education is POWER 

Yes folks its 100% FREE blood glucose checks and education so you know if you are in the "AT RISK' group for diabetes #KnowledgeIsPOWER

FREE diabetes awareness day health screening at
 40 Josiah Tongogara Avenue
from 12noon to 4pm

How do you know if you are AT RISK of developing diabetes????





Thursday, 24 July 2014

Donation to Alice Mutasa and her quadruplets

In June we heard about Alice Mutasa, a Mbare resident who gave birth to quadruplets at Harare Hospital. We asked you to assist us raise a donation of either cash or kind so we could give Alice Mutasa and her family some assistance as she and her husband are unemployed and from a low income home. 

We are pleased to announce that we got a great response from you and together we were able to raise a donation to send to the Mutasa family. The Art of Being Humane Foundation Founder, Rudo Nyangulu-Mungofa took the donations we received to Alice Mutasa at Harare Hospital where she and the quadruplets are still resident as not all the babies have reached the goal discharge weight of 2kg's. Mr Mutasa was at the hospital when we visited Alice and the quads and he expressed his gratitude that strangers would come together to assist his family simply out of the goodness of their hearts. he also shared with us that the government had pledged to give them a stand and assist them to build a house on it so that his family of seven (including their eldest child) would have a place to live as they currently rent one room in Mbare. The four girls are simply beautiful and growing well and he is so pleased with them he told us.

Pictures of our visit to the Mutasa Family below:


The Art of Being Humane Foundation Founder, Rudo Nyangulu-Mungofa
with the Mutasa Family at Harare Hospital

Proud father Mr Mutasa holding two of the quadruplets

Proud Mother Alice holding the other two quadruplets

The Art of Being Humane Foundation Founder, Rudo Nyangulu-Mungofa
 presents the donation to The Mutasa's (partly seen in the background)

See the original appeal here: Appeal for donations for Alice Mutasa and her quadruplets

Monday, 14 July 2014

Donation to Mrs Moyana from The Art of Being Humane Foundation

In June we heard about Mrs Moyana, a Chipinge resident who gave birth to quadruplets at Chiredzi General Hospital. We asked you to assist us raise a donation of either cash or kind so we could give Mrs Moyana some assistance as she was unemployed and from a low income home. 

I am pleased to announce that we got a great response from you and together we were able to raise a donation to send to Mrs Moyana which was delivered to her by the Rotary Club of Chipinge on our behalf this week. We reached out to Rotary to assist us to deliver the donation as we do not have any volunteers that live in the Chipenge / Chiredzi area and they were more than happy to enable us by assisting us with the logistics of the delivery of  the donated goods to Mrs Moyana. 

Rotary Club Past President Vanani Simon Nyangulu connected The Art of Being Humane Foundation with Rotary Assistant District Governor Tina Chirwa who coordinated the donation with Rotary Club of Chipinge. Mrs Chirwa said,

 "Mrs Moyana was very grateful. She has a sad story behind her. During pregnancy, she thought she was carrying twins. On the day she went into Labour, she was admitted at her Village clinic in Mabee. On giving birth, only one baby came out. They failed to deliver the other babies. They were assuming that there was only one baby in the womb remaining. She was driven to St Peters Hospital Checheche. Delivery failed and she was taken to Chiredzi General Hospital, which is 90 km away. On arrival, she was taken straight into Labour Ward. It did not take time for the Hospital staff to deliver the remaining 3 Babies. 2 Boys and 2 Girls. Cute Babies as per attached photos. The quadruplets were born prematurely. They will remain in hospital until each reaches 2 kgs of weight. The smallest one is still 1.6kgs. Mrs Moyana has 2 other children.On behalf of Chipinge Rotary club and all Rotarians worldwide, thank you very much for the Donation, which will go a long way."

We are so greatfull to Mrs Chirwa and Rotary for being willing to assist us to make a difference for Mrs Moyana and her family.

Pictures sent to us by ADG Tina Chirwa 
Mrs Moyana and hospital staff at Chiredzi Hospital
with the donations delivered by Rotary Club of Chipinge



The donation of clothes, nappies and formula including bottles for feeding
delivered to Mrs Moyana on behalf of The Art of Being Humane by The Rotary Club of Chipinge

The Moyana Quadruplets
Mrs Moyana with her quadruplets in Chiredzi Hospital 

See the original appeal here: Appeal for Donations for Lizzy Moyana

Friday, 27 June 2014

Zumba for Good Saturday 28th June 2014 -- #HelpSandraBreathe


This is a Zumbathon with a difference! Its aim it to raise awareness and funds for a 14year old girl called Sandra who has nostril cancer and urgently needs surgery! 100% of your $5 entrance fee will go towards Sandra's operation. -- Ig you don't want to exercise (though it is good for you to keep fit really) NO PROBLEM! You can still send your $5 via Ecocash (and $0.50 for charges) and it will get to the Sandra fund! Every little helps!

Details:
The Zumbathon will be on 
Saturday 28th June 2014 at 
City Bowling Club Harare Gardens at 
8am sharp! 
Registration will take place from 7.45am 
Registration is $5 plus whatever extra you can give!!!

You don't want to miss this event!!!



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