Ikonnect Kadoma Trust awarded scholarships to less privileged pupils

Ikonnect Kadoma Trust awarded scholarships to less privileged pupils

By Letwin Mubonesi

Ikonnect Kadoma Trust (IKT) has awarded scholarships to under privileged pupils in Kadoma, an initiative aimed at uplifting the less privileged children who are at primary and secondary level. Kadoma Deputy Mayor and Councillor for ward 6, Tendai Kokera have also applauded the efforts.

IKT is a registered charity organisation formed in 2019 in Kadoma with the aim of preserving and protecting the environment as well as propagating the significance and sustainable development in maintaining ecological balance.

Kokera said that the scholarship scheme is a positive move towards the attainment of Sustainable Development Goal number 4 of quality education to address inequalities in the educational sector.

“The Ikonnect Kadoma scholarship program is a positive move towards development as it helps the underprivileged especially during this economic crisis in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic. We welcome the initiative as a timely and empathetic development adventure which might need proper monitoring and evaluation strategies to ensure sustainability,” she said.

IKT co-founder, Maud Jennifer Chimboza said the scholarship scheme is meant to provide an equal chance for the privileged children to attend school.

“To facilitate this, our organisation is aiming to partner with other CSOs with similar objectives and to cooperate with individuals who are willing to partner us through this journey,” Chimboza said.

Some of the schools with students who benefited include Kuwadzana secondary School, Munyaradzi Secondary school, Munyaradzi Primary school, Mupamombe primary school and Tafadzwa Primary school.

More than 20 pupils have benefited from this program. To apply, students need a letter from the school, ward councillor and Social Welfare Department to be a beneficiary. The beneficiaries would be selected from within the seventeen wards in Kadoma Constituency.

One of the beneficiaries from Mupamombe Primary school, Nomatter Moyo (not real name) said that she was happy to be one of the beneficiaries, adding that this program has helped her single mother who has been facing challenges in raising her tuition fees.

“I am so happy to be part of the IKT scholarship program, my mother is a vendor who is taking care of our family and during this time of Covid-19 lockdown it is even difficult for her to buy food and pay our school fees at the same time,” she added.

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