Sabona - Zimbabwe
Sabona is an idealistic organisation working in the northern Matabeleland region in Zimbabwe, where it pursues various self-help projects.
Including health, agriculture and education, these collectively contribute to integrated growth and development of the local community. Together with Sabona, the Kavli Trust has established an educational fund which will ensure vocational training and higher education for more than 100 young people.
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Three new years of higher education for Zimbabwean youth
July 02, 2018
Sabona and the Kavli Trust have again come together to provide the most disadvantaged students in Zimbabwe with the opportunity for higher education
Zimbabwe: Supporting ambition
December 08, 2017
“My dream has been to become a skilled engineer,” says 25-year-old Addlove. Newly graduated with excellent marks, he has come a long step forward in turning this into reality in Zimbabwe.
The many obstacles
May 12, 2016
Numerous difficulties confront young Zimbabweans.
Aiming to help Zimbabwe grow
May 12, 2016
While Delight Moyo’s motivation at school was to get fed, he is driven as a university student by the desire to create a company which can help his local community.
Entrepreneurship for the future
February 22, 2016
Since third grade Delight Moyo has received support for school, food and health care from Norway's Sabina organisation. Now, the young Zimbabwean is pursuing university studies with a clear goal – a future without poverty.
Grateful for a chance to learn
October 19, 2015
Theresi Sabanda can report excellent results as one of the many Zimbabwean students being funded by Norway’s Sabona organisation. He recently took a BSc in psychology and aims to do a master’s degree in 2016.
Expanding educational opportunity in Zimbabwe
June 10, 2015
The Kavli Trust recently decided to expand its support to a fund established in 2014 by Norway’s Sabona organisation to help young people in Zimbabwe secure further education.