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Thanksgiving and Christmas party for children at Chitenderano children’s home in Rusape

Following the pilot project at Ponesai Vanhu Junior School,the Higherlife Foundation Health and Crisis response team took on another challenge by throwing a Thanksgiving and Christmas party for children at Chitenderano children’s home in Rusape. Chitenderano children’s home cares for 22 orphaned children and is situated some 30km from Rusape town. This special event, which ...
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Higherlife Beneficiary selected for 2016 International Rhodes Scholar Class

ATLANTA, GA—Dec. 9, 2015 — Morehouse College student, a Higherlife Foundation beneficiary Prince Abudu has been selected to the 2016 International Rhodes Scholar class representing his home country of Zimbabwe. The Rhodes Scholarship supports students who demonstrate a strong propensity to emerge as future leaders. Abudu is the fourth Morehouse student to be selected for ...
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Why Give: Strive Masiyiwa, Founder, Higher Life Foundation

by in News. Posted October 16, 2015
How can family support make philanthropy more effective? Strive Masiyiwa, Chairman of Econet Wireless and Founder of the Higher Life Foundation, draws upon his experience in business and entrepreneurship to create strategic solutions that will have greater impact on communities. Masiyiwa is dedicated to developing untapped human potential. In this video, Masiyiwa discusses how he ...
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Why Give: Tsitsi Masiyiwa, Co-Chairperson, Higher Life Foundation

by in News. Posted October 16, 2015
How does community integration impact philanthropy? Tsitsi Masiyiwa, Executive Chairperson of the Higher Life Foundation, illustrates why being directly from a community helps enable trust and greater coalition-building. Masiyiwa identifies herself as “just another member” of her community. Giving back is about protecting and championing for her people. “Why Give,” a series of interviews with ...
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