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I spent 2 weeks here while working in Harare. Peace for surroundings with welcoming staff
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Today was such a productive day. Recently, luck hasn't been totally on our side but it’s the motivation amongst all of us here that powers the work. The most exciting part of the day was meeting with the Norwegian Embassy in Harare. As part of our funding process this year, I have been contacting embassies on behalf of the charity. The task of fundraising is becoming harder each year therefore if we considered ...
... of organization. Our driver navigated through crowds of people with the help of the brothers serving as parking attendants. We parked alongside the fleet of buses already stationed in the lot, disembarked, and made our way to the stadium.
The Zimbabwe International Stadium is massive. It holds 65,000 people, it is an open air facility, and it is made up of cement steps and cement seating (sounds comfy doesn't it). It is used for all types ...
... a year for assemblies which are large Bible based meetings. Many circuits have an assembly hall for just this purpose. But not all - those who don't must rent other facilities for their assemblies. This can pose problems at times when venues are not available or not adequate for assembly needs. This was the problem our Harare brothers faced.
Consequently, they were overjoyed when they were able to construct their own assembly hall. As you will see in ...
... unused and unkept.
Driving towards the city of Harare we had a quick stop over at Makuti Lodge for some liquid refreshments which helped to break this monotonous drive - no fines this time around!
Harare city centre was a real eye opener for us both. Not a white face to be seen in town, litter discarded everywhere, and the realization that this once beautiful colonial city was in a state of disrepair. Terry was reminiscing about the good old days ...
... they could show us a twin after lunch that they usually use for families but was available. They showed us to our original room which was lovely (even if it was pouring with rain!) with a view over the river and it's own little private garden with outside showers. It came to lunch time though and they had realised that the twin wasn't available bit they could put us in a lodge with 2 double bed rooms. When they took us there it turned out ...