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Jasen Mphepo is the founder and current Executive Director of Patsimeredu Edutainment Trust and Guest Lecturer for the International Training program on Sexual and Reproductive health and Rights. Jasen is a Development communication expert with vast knowledge and experience in the; Production of films, documentaries, radio dramas, radio talk shows, television drama, television talk shows, popular forum theatre, road show campaigns, TV adverts, short audio and video skits, development and design of information , education and communication materials; Design and preparation of news briefs for both electronic and print media, Implementing behavior change Campaigns and organisational brand enhancement and promotion. Patsimeredu Edutainment Trust is a Zimbabwean non-profit organisation established in 2002 and based in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Patsime’s vision is to bring innovative leadership for improved communication for development and arts promotion through the use of theatre and other communication strategies to enhance development and build capacity in development centered issues in Zimbabwe.
Patsime Trust is implementing a cultural exchange programme with a Unga Una, a Swedish cultural exchange organisation. The exchange entails bringing together young people from Zimbabwe and Sweden to share experiences, cultures and challenges which they together find solutions to. One of the solutions has been psychosocial support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) mainly educational support in Zimbabwe. It is against this background that the Jasen Mphepo Scholarship Fund was established in 2016, The fund supports children from poor backgrounds with School Fees, Uniforms and Stationery. In 2016 Patsime Trust identified and adopted two poor schools in Mashonaland West Karoi. The schools are called Mlichi Primary and Mlichi Secondary Schools.
Mlichi schools are visibly poor, characterised with poor physical learning and sports structures and insufficient study materials and poor learners who come from poor families and cannot afford school fees.
Since the adoption of the school, the Jasen Mphepo Scholarship fund has been paying the school fees and providing uniforms and stationery to scholarship beneficiaries who amount to 15 learners.
You support can come in form of the following
Financial support for payment of fees and for other financial needs of the learners
Material support in form of Uniforms and stationery
Mlichi schools are visibly poor, characterised with poor physical learning and sports structures and insufficient study materials and poor learners who come from poor families and cannot afford school fees
atsimeredu edutainment trust is
a hybrid organisation which
uniquely and skilfully uses performing arts as a development communication strategy for improved development communication.
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