Community health workers in Zimbabwe criss-cross the countryside on bike to offer home-based medical care.
One nurse's research on goat's milk leads to a surprising new source of hope for mothers with HIV.
The nationally renown nursing school at Zimbabwe’s Karanda Hospital is training caregivers to treat the body and the soul.
HTC currently has 16 students in its extension program through the Prison Fellowship of Zimbabwe. Students, who went to a two week workshop given by the Dean of Students, Mr. Thomas Hodzi, have asked HTC to perhaps start an extension site in Bulawayo and Masvingo.
Nidovaldo was born in 1973 into a Christian family and got married to Helaine in 2000. When Nidovaldo was 8 years old, he felt the call of God to Africa. He graduated at university and then started to work as a university lecturer.
We were sitting in our Sunday worship service with friends and fellow believers, when someone we did not expect started speaking.
September 1, 2012 was a day I will never forget. My family and I had an opportunity to be a part of a mission conference in Raleigh, NC. We had been told several times about all of the great opportunities this could offer in regards to our support development for Zimbabwe.
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