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The Arts – Love, Hope, War Africa Tour

In support of the arts, Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited was the official water for the Love, Hope, War Africa Tour featuring Grammy nominated artist Da’ T.R.U.T.H., held on 22 February 2013. This formed part of a larger African tour that will be taking place and attracted youths, young adults from around Harare. This also set a platform for our own local Christian musicians to share a stage with the international artists that have inspired them to get into the arts.

Operation of Hope brings smiles

Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited has in the past two years been the official water provider in support of the Operation of Hope with product donations to refresh the management team and patients. Operation of Hope is a surgical mission to Zimbabwe which runs from July to August of every year. A 21 member team from European countries visits Harare Central Hospital Pediatric Ward to facilitate operations on not less than 50 Zimbabweans with different cleft lip conditions. Operation of Hope is co-ordinated by the Rotary Club of Avondale.

Project 60 Zimbabwe

Project 60 Zimbabwe is a month movement that sees youth and young adults of Zimbabwe coming together from various sectors on a single goal to empower the less fortunate. The footage showcases the Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited team working with Project 60 to rehabilitate the Gwanda Access Road to United Bulawayo Hospital. 40 people covered 150 metres of a 800metre road.

Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited supports Kidzcan

Kidzcan is a registered Private Voluntary Organisation in Zimbabwe concentrating their efforts on improving the provision of an early diagnosis, effective treatment of cancer in children and as well as contributing to the well-being children suffering from cancer and other related life threatening blood disorders. Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited has supported Kidzcan and will continue to support with product donations and in other possible means to make a difference in the lives of children suffering from cancer in Zimbabwe.

The Happy Organisation

Bridging the Gap between the less privileged and more advantaged members of society has become second nature to Samantha Dika. With the Help of Schweppes Zimbabwe Limited, she was able to facilitate, revamp and host a fun day for orphans and widows at Happy Organisation in Zengeza. The Happy Organisation is a Zengeza based Welfare Centre (registered PVO 48/10) that cares for orphans, vulnerable children and widows in a number of ways including the provision of school fees, clothing and food. The women and children for whom the fun day was prepared had the time of their lives, enjoyed the music and dance, braai lunch and the Minute Maid refreshing juices. R Dika