Teacher packets are available on a donation basis. They include a CD containing a PowerPoint slide show with over a hundred pictures, a DVD containing multiple short documentaries (some as seen below), and some promotional ideas if you would like to share our story. This packet is appropriate for all ages K to adult, and groups of any sizes from small informal gatherings to larger formal meetings.
Teacher’s Packet to Share the StoryMinimum $15
Cosmas Magaya, Ancient Ways and Nhimbe for Progress
This interview and video report from 2011 appears courtesy of suprememastertv.com.
Underwear for Over There Celebration! New!
This 2011 video clip shows the joy of the girl guides who received 3 pair of panties in response to our “Underwear for Over There” Campaign. Many more girls received underwear but were not present at this Girl Guides Life Skills Learning Retreat in late August. In 2012, we our expanding the campaign to be “Underwear and Monthly Care for Over There” to help meet the personal health needs of our young women.
This 15 minute documentary, produced and directed in 2004 by Dana Vion and Molly Sirois from Eugene, Oregon, is available for shipping immediately. Thank you for your interest and support of Nhimbe for Progress! You can learn more and contact Dana at http://www.skysthelimitcreative.com/.
Jangano Introduction Film
This 5 minute introduction to the Jangano Project, produced by Robin Truesdale from Boulder, Colorado in 2006 after a brief stay in June, is available for shipping right away. Thank you for your interest and support of Jangano! You can learn more about and contact Robin at http://www.robintruesdale.com.
Village Scenes in Rural Zimbabwe
This 20 minute film is showing rural life for a family and was produced by Robin Truesdale from Boulder, Colorado in 2006 after a brief stay in June. Most people do not have the education and understanding that is being demonstrated by this family’s gardening techniques and prosperous abundant harvest. This film shows what is possible when people are “given the fishing pole and not the fish”. It also shows an unusual harvest during a year of difficult weather. You can learn more about and contact Robin at http://www.robintruesdale.com.