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PO Box 346
Oregon 97374

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Programs: Health Center
-- Conventional and alternative medical approaches
-- Traditional herbal remedies
-- Counseling

Educational Empowerment
-- Health and HIV/AIDS training
-- Preschool to University sponsorship
-- Extra-curricular activities and tutoring
-- Preschool feeding programs daily
-- Permaculture training and support
-- Community library
-- Future Montessori based curriculum
-- Private primary school development

Facilities Improvements - Helping local residents build and repair:
-- Huts and toilets
-- Fuel-efficient smokeless stoves
-- Wells for clean water and irrigation

Long Term Sustainability
-- Micro-loans for projects
-- Craft sales and export
-- Villager employment and business training

Ancient Ways preserves indigenous people’s ancient life-giving traditions through collaborative and sustainable practices, including health and well-being services, academic, arts, and public health education, and building huts, fuel-efficient stoves, toilets, and wells. Ancient Ways currently works in the US, Peru, and Zimbabwe.

This year the Nhimbe for Progress Preschool again partnered with Sundborn Children’s House to feed 80 preschool children and offer an early childhood development program that has been identified by the government as a model school. 50 children will graduate from this preschool this December 2012 and be ready to move on to grade 1 at a local government school in January, where each year they are recognized as bright stars, always at the front of the class. We believe that feeding children at this delicate age provides neurological support that should not be underrated as it nurtures their physical, mental and emotional growth.

Additionally, all ages of children have been supported in afterschool, weekend, and holiday activities by our Youth Well Being program, in which 1) we renovated and expanded a set of marimbas for learning music, 2) we shipped over 200 pounds of books to our Community Center Library, and 3) we expanded the access to a 3-day overnight Life Skills Learning Retreat 3 times a year, so that more boys and more girls are now able to participate in this special opportunity.

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Ancient Ways is a non-profit organization that helps empower women in Zimbabwe and helps make it possibe for all children to attend school. One of its projects was to donate portable sewing machines to women, who were then able to sew school uniforms for selling - thus allowing their own children ... more »
I have been involved in Ancient Ways for 13 years and have witnessed the amount of success they have had in implementing their programs in Zimbabwe and Oregon. With a small budget AW has been able to help a great deal of people. They are amazing at spreading the messages of those in need and have ... more »
I am so impressed by the tremendous impact this small nonprofit has, positively impacting the lives of over 2800 people in Zimbabwe. I hope you'll join me in supporting them... more »
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