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27 May 2017 A Very Important person kind of Day

April 2017 included a very special day for the wider Zimpeto family - a visit from the First Lady of Mozambique, Isaura Nyusi. As you can imagine, the news was met with great excitement, some head shaking and from that moment on, a lot of preparation!! Gardens were raked and swept, fences repaired, dorms swept and cleaned in every nook and cranny even some creative decorating was noted! Several of the children were involved in preparing dance and musical numbers, the school choir rehearsed their socks off and even the pre-schoolers memorized songs and poems to the best of their...

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6 April 2017 All Of Me Loves All Of You

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Early each year every shop seems to be decorated in red and white, with hearts, roses, chocolates and other decorations as the world prepares to celebrate love, and the closer to 14 February (the day of love) it gets the more people focus on love, the romantics might even expand the celebrations to the whole month of February, calling it the month of love. BUT as sons and daughters of the Most High God, as Christians we know that True Love is not restricted to one day or month a year, but every day we celebrate the Love God had...

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9 February 2017 I Still Believe in Miracles

Felismina and FaustinaSmart new uniforms for allExcited for their first dayPrimary School singing the National Anthem to start the new school yearSo far so good for the new First Graders!
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I STILL BELIEVE IN MIRACLES Mid January has come and gone and with it (finally!) the return to school for close to 200 children on the Zimpeto Base. For some, it’s all part of their annual routine, for others a big new adventure, and for everyone this year - a switch to a brand new, and very stylish uniform! Pale blue polo shirts with the “Arco Iris” logo teamed with navy blue skirts or trousers for the primary school and the same in white for the secondary school. For two girls in particular, and for the tias and missionaries who have cared for...

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