Ratidzo Trust

4 Project reviews of Ratidzo Trust

Project Details

Come and experience rural Zimbabwe while working with vulnerable local communities, widows, schools, orphans and vulnerable children.

We are a young Trust working in rural Sanyati and need your help setting up and helping run some of our community projects. We also get involved in building and refurbishing projects.  You do not need any particular skills, just a willingness to get your hands dirty, get involved & be flexible. (If you do have any building, property maintenance or DIY skills that would of cause be put to good use).

You will be able to visit some of the people we are working with in their homes and see how the projects are making a real difference in their lives.   Also visit and maybe do some work in local schools, find out from the teachers and students what rural schooling is like in Zimbabwe and meet some of our sponsored orphans and vulnerable children.

WARNING: We are in a very rural setting, with very basic accommodation and utilities.  We have solar power, running cold water (cold shower is available & can heat up water for you to wash with if you wish).  We eat from the land (no MacBurger King here!!).  Internet is limited, as is phone reception, so if you want all mod cons this is not for you, but if you want a real rural experience then look no further!

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NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
Contact Person
Richard Jarman
Spoken Languages

Social Impact

Our Community Support Projects are run to help those in the community who are most vulnerable, including those living with disabilities, widows, the elderly and families of our sponsored children. We run projects that aim to help them improve their standard of living but also so that they are able to give back to the community by in turn helping others.

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