Vanobva KwaMunyikwa Trust donates to Gutu clinics

GUTU – Vanobva kwaMunyikwa Development Trust (VAMDET) has donated infrared thermometers guns to two clinics in ward 15 and 16 under Chief Munyikwa in Gutu.
The donations were made to Chin’ai and Kubiku clinics on Friday.
“We are happy to receive thermometers from the Trust during this Covid19 pandemic era. We are grateful,” said Sr Vongai Muziwaramba.
VAMDET Founder and Secretary, Watson Chatiza confirmed the donation to The Mirror.
“As Vanobva KwaMunyikwa Development Trust we are happy to have delivered the four infrared thermometers guns to Chin’ai and Kubiku clinics,” said Chatiza.
VAMDET is a registered apolitical, voluntary and nonprofit making organisation whose membership is drawn from people from Munyikwa.
The Trust two months back linked seven primary schools to a Harare donor who donated 2 100 textbooks.
The organisation runs under the motto -Together we can make our community flag fly high.
Chatiza appealed for US$700 from members and the generality of the people of Munyikwa to be used for repairing water pumps which are overdue for maintenance. “We encourage people from Munyikwa to join VAMDET and make development in our area a reality. Vamdet is now appealing to it’s all members to contribute what they can afford to support our Community Clinics,” said Chatiza.
Present during the presentation were VAMDET Community Field Officer, Farirai Kubiku, Project Field Officer, Radson Mabika and representatives from both clinics.

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