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Can you help send a child to school?

The education system has been under increasing pressure. The rise of school fees  and the high  cost of buying school uniforms has led to limited accessibility to education for the poor.

It costs £6.25 a week to send a child to school.

Peza Trust is looking for individuals or groups that would be willing to support a child’s education.

£25 a month provides a uniform and school fees and an opportunity for a brighter future escaping poverty and unemployment.

We ensure that you will have contact with your sponsored child. You will get to see first hand the intellectual and social progress of the child.


Timothy’s Story

Timothy is training to be a mountain guide. He is also helping to run the new education center in Chimanimani. Timothy has been sponsored by a Peter Eastwood who lives in New Zealand. He is currently studying the Zimbabwe Mountain Guide training course through the Chimanimani Tourist Association.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”


-Nelson Mandela

“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.”


-Kofi Annan

“Education is more than a luxury; it is a responsibility that society owes to itself.”


-Robin Cook

Zander’s Story

Zander Muyambo is in his final year studying electrical engineering at Mutare Technical College. We are incredibly proud of him and his achievements. Read his story below and a note from his sponsor, Alistair Gibb.

Alistair sponsor’s Zander, this is what he has to say,



“I agreed to pay the fees for Zander Muyambo for a 3 year period to study Electrical Engineering. I am particularly pleased with Zander’s progress. He has repaid myself and Peza Trust again and again. Through his determination and hard-work he has been the star pupil in every year of his study and number one student at Mutare Technical College.  To think as recently as 2013 he was crossing the Zimbabwe/Mozambique border to sell plastic buckets to raise money for food for himself and his family. You may read this and wonder if you too can help. I can only ask that you contact Peza Trust, we still need people who can reach out to these children and give them the opportunity for a good life. “