The First Lady hailed efforts by the Salvation Army church in fostering development and complimenting government efforts through health, education, and skills training that are transforming lives in Zimbabwe.
Speaking at a women conference in Harare held by the Salvation Army Mrs Mnangagwa said:
The Salvation Army in Zimbabwe has been actively involved in the transformation of lives of the ordinary people in many ways. Your church in Zimbabwe has been supportive of Government efforts to provide education through its 35 schools across the country
Salvation Army in Zimbabwe has active membership of 49 000 women and, through various programme, has empowered lives in many ways.
We have seen the Salvation Army complementing Government efforts in resources and medicines mobilising during the recent Cyclone Idai in which many people in Zimbabwe and Mozambique lost their lives.
Government, through various ministries as well as independent charity organisations like the Angel of hope foundation, for which I am the patron, is still geared to rebuilding the lives of survivors in Manicaland and continues to rely on the support of churches such as Salvation Army.
More: Sunday Mail
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