In January 2011 we started a ‘girls only’ initiative in a remote area of Zimbabwe in one of the communities surrounding Hwange national park, Zimbabwe’s oldest and largest park. We partner with Children in the Wilderness Zimbabwe. Seen here Gillian, … Continue reading
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My trip to Malawi, May 2010 By Gillian Rose, President, The Rosemary Pencil Foundation I look out of the plane window on the approach to Lilongwe International Airport. People crowd the balcony of the terminal building, I see the open … Continue reading
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I was in Malawi in early May to visit the 26 students on our scholarship program. It was a relatively quick trip – just seven days – but I traveled about a thousand miles in all. The main M1 north … Continue reading
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In January 2006 The Rosemary Pencil Foundation sent its first six children to secondary school on its scholarship program. We pay for four years of tuition as well as books, uniforms and board. Our six scholarships recipients had worked hard … Continue reading