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On the Ground, June-July 2011

August 4, 2011

Project Tariro graduates its first class of clients, July 22. Pictured are some of the clients   harvesting and thrashing the sugar been crop under the direction of David Mandizvidzi, horticulturist for Project Tariro.

The six month training program for the clients has given them new skills in crafts, gardening, cooking  and sewing, as well as how to cope with the stigma of HIV and  AIDS, how to adhere to the schedule of medications, how to build up their immune systems with nutritious foods, and how to strengthen   their faith through support groups.  The program has given the clients hope of survival and training on how to live positively.

Several Tariro clients with 520 kilos of sugar beans

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