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Transformative learning for sustainable development

Our Mission


To celebrate people & confront poverty

Our Vision


To contribute to efforts for development in Macheke where progress in education for sustainability will advance endeavors for reducing social, environmental & economic poverty.

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Who We Are

The Macheke Sustainability Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that focuses on sustainability initiatives in the village community of Macheke in Zimbabwe.

Our aspirations at the Macheke Sustainability Project are to continue to learn what it means to live in conditions of extreme poverty and how we might partner with a community in creatively confronting the inevitable everyday challenges through sustainable & local solutions. Read More >>

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Accomplishments

MSP has supported the development of a computer lab with 40 computers and other tech learning tools (like drones!) at Monte Cassino Girls High School. We are using this successful project as a model and are raising funds to build computer labs for the other schools in Macheke, Zimbabwe!
400 young students at Macheke Primary School benefit from the School Lunch Program that MSP supports! We reduce hunger to promote education (it's hard to focus on an empty stomach!). We can feed more children in Macheke, Zimbabwe With your help - donate today!
We have known for some time that water security is a hazard in Macheke, Zimbabwe. We funded the drilling of a borehole at the local primary school in 2019 as the beginning of a local & sustainable solution. For now, they will are using a fuel generator to run the water system. Our goal is to partner with them to source a basic solar renewable power solution in 2020.
MSP's environmental stewardship initiative has planted over 1,000 native trees in Macheke to date. With your help, we can plant 500 more native plant trees in 2020 to further rebuild the native wildlife and reduce our carbon footprint!
Over 2,000 students now have access to sporting equipment for girls and boys soccer & volleyball. Thank you for your remarkable support in making this happen!

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