ZANE Thank You

Thank you.

For twenty years we have been highlighting Zimbabwe’s decline and despair and yet the situation remains as desperate as it ever has. The name Zimbabwe: A National Emergency is as relevant today as it was twenty years ago.

The political and economic turmoil persists, and the innocent people of Zimbabwe continue to suffer. A severe water shortage is the latest in a long line of crises – in Bulawayo, the council is supplying water for just two days a week.

Healthcare is in a deep crisis. This week we were asked to help a former lawyer who was fortunate enough to be admitted to a government hospital. I say fortunate because dozens of others were queueing outside; desperately ill people
including two who were brought to hospital in wheelbarrows. Once admitted he was less fortunate. He had insufficient funds to pay for medicine he desperately needed to survive and was instead given painkillers. He lay in bed unwashed for
days; there were no buckets or face cloths available to wash him. This is the reality of cases ZANE is dealing with.

There is no end to the emergency in sight. However, were it not for ZANE, the impact would be so much worse. ZANE’s kind and generous supporters have been responding to the emergency for twenty years, saving the lives of thousands of the most destitute – all innocent victims of Zimbabwe’s catastrophic decline. Thank you.

Enclosed with this letter is a leaflet showing just how this response is saving lives. After you have read it, I hope you feel proud of the difference you are making. Your generosity enables ZANE to provide food, medicine, shelter and education. Your generosity enables ZANE to provide hope and dignity. Thank you.

Download this link: Thank You Leaflet From ZANE

ZANE continues to respond to the emergency in Zimbabwe. Thank you for your continued support.

Yours sincerely,
Tom Benyon OBE

* Names and images may have been changed for privacy reasons

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Thank you – Nicky Passaportis ZANE Australia

Please donate to support pensioners struggling to survive in Zimbabwe

Any assistance is greatly appreciated and goes a long way to giving our pensioners a better quality of life and lift the pressure of money worries which is very debilitating emotionally.

(Donations made to ZANE in Australia, are tax-deductible)