The UBH Hospital children's unit project will necessitate the complete renovation of the fabric of the department and the purchasing of new equipment and hospital supplies. This is where we require your assistance. We are requesting you to sponsor and to attach your name and prestige to this humanitarian project and to help enable us to complete the children’s ward project to the expected regulatory standard. Your prominence in Zimbabwean society and their leadership in community governance would do much to ensure the success of this worthwhile undertaking and encourage others to follow your lead. We are further requesting you to sign post us to more sponsorship for this important project. Your sponsorship would underscore and reinforce this commitment to those less fortunate.
This is a campaign to all the make up lovers, fashionisters and and anyone who enjoys dressing up whilst trying to also accomplish their studies. Due to the change in fashion trends, students in schools and tertiary institutions feel immense pressure to dress up and feel good about themselves. Therefore, i have come up with a solution "BNM Club". This helps to present clothing items and fashion items to students at affordable prices. Thanks to the global village, you absolutely buy anything and anywhere at affordable prices. Bringing change in Zimbabwe through reduced prices!!
Thank you for stopping by, and perhaps, for considering a donation or sharing of this campaign in support of our efforts. No amount of help is too little. It is perfectly understandable that money may not be readily available for some, but your effort in sharing the campaign with your friends, colleagues and family will be most appreciated
The Cambridge dictionary defines objectification as treating a person like a tool or toy, as if they had no feelings, opinions, or rights of their own. The campaign will use art-based activities, such as games, exercises, images, drawings etc to engage and create dialogue with women who have experienced and /or are exposed to gender based violence, sexual health rights abuse, sexism and rape which can be termed objectification.