In the township of Chinotimba, Zimbabwe, a local woman Sima Moyo has opened her doors to some of the areas most needy children.   The children, some HIV+, some disabled, some homeless, some not in school but mostly orphans are helped by the The Rose of Charity she has set up. They come to her home a few times a week for love and attention and a sense of security and belonging, as well as food and drink and sometimes even chocolate cake.  The orphanage encourages them to go to school helping them raise funds, even find sponsors to help pay for their education in the hope of giving them the choices in life we so often take for granted.  The charities biggest aim is to help each child to become self-sufficient and see a future they can look forward to and with the growing of a vegetable garden, the formation of a drumming group, a theater group and now even a majorette troupe that is exactly what the children can now see.

In the township of Chinotimba, Zimbabwe, a local woman Sima Moyo has opened her doors to some of the areas most needy children. 

The children, some HIV+, some disabled, some homeless, some not in school but mostly orphans are helped by the The Rose of Charity she has set up. They come to her home a few times a week for love and attention and a sense of security and belonging, as well as food and drink and sometimes even chocolate cake.

The orphanage encourages them to go to school helping them raise funds, even find sponsors to help pay for their education in the hope of giving them the choices in life we so often take for granted.

The charities biggest aim is to help each child to become self-sufficient and see a future they can look forward to and with the growing of a vegetable garden, the formation of a drumming group, a theater group and now even a majorette troupe that is exactly what the children can now see.

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