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Ground Breaking Ceremony of Hossana Children's Home Upgrade Project Aided by Chinese Embassy was hold in Harare
2019/11/13
    On November 5th, the ground breaking ceremony of Hossana Children's Home upgrade project aided by Chinese Embassy was held in Harare. The Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr. Guo Shaochun's wife, Counsellor Wang Wei attended the event and delivered a speech. Mr. Rusty Markham, MP of Hatcliffe where the Hossana Children's Home is located, Mr.Chen Ning,economic and commercial counsellor of the Chinese Embassy, Mr. Li Xinfeng, President of the Zimbabwe Chinese Business Association, the representatives from the Loving Mothers group, Mr. Yang Kai, the head of the contractor Hualong Company, Jacqueline Anderson, the Trustee at Miracle Missions Trust and nearly 100 local children and their parents attended the ceremony.


      In her speech, Counsellor Wang Wei highly praised the charity work of the Loving Mothers group to improve the welfare of children in Zimbabwe, saying that they not only assisted in the establishment of the Hossana Children's Home but also regularly donated food and clothing to the orphanage, which greatly improved the living conditions of the orphans. Counsellor Wang Wei expressed her appreciation to the administor of children's home and the local MP for their concern for the vulnerable children. 


      Counsellor Wang Wei said that the Chinese Embassy has long been committed to the charity cause of Zimbabwe, providing government scholarships to students from Zimbabwe who are studying in China, assisting in the construction of infrastructure such as schools and hospitals, and donating food, daily necessities and other materials to vulnerable groups in Zimbabwe. The Hossana Children's Home Upgrade Project Aided by Chinese Embassy will greatly improve the hardware status and improve the children's living and learning conditions. The Embassy will continue to pay attention to the charity of Zimbabwe, working with the Zimbabwean government and local communities, and continue to work hard to improve the well-being of vulnerable children in Zimbabwe.


      Mr. Rusty Markham, MP of Hatcliffe, where the Hossana Children's Home is located, thanked the Chinese Embassy and the Chinese community for their contribution to the charity of the Hatcliffe area, and encouraged the children to grow up healthily and actively repay the charity in the future. Markham introduced the progress of the local community's charitable projects and said that he will continue to unite all stakeholders to continue to work hard to improve the people's livelihood in the region.


      Subsequently, all guests jointly held a ground breaking ceremony for the upgrade project. The Chinese Embassy in Zimbabwe will fund the upgrade project, including the construction of new dormitories, repairing classrooms and installing fences. It is expected that after the completion of the project, the living conditions of vulnerable children in the Hossana Children's Home will be greatly improved.
     

 The Herald, CCTV and CRI reported the ceremony.
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