Donation supports Jabulani community in Zimbabwe

The dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation™ participated in a matching campaign with Wellness Advocate Sandra Hanna for Ndebele Art Project


Since 2005, Ndebele Art Project (NAP) has been fundraising and traveling to Africa on humanitarian missions to address the urgent needs of the Jabulani carving artists and their families living outside of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Africa. Recently, NAP has been working on projects to repair the Jabulani Community Preschool as well as supplies to construct a wire and stake fence around the Jabulani Community Garden in Zimbabwe, due to wild animals and livestock trampling and eating the crops in the garden.

Wellness Advocate Wendy Puchalski and current president of NAP has been hard at work with Dr. Sandra Hanna, also a Wellness Advocate, for the last several years to bring food, water, education, health care, and self-sustainability to this Jabulani Village. NAP also hosts education classes for HIV prevention and basic hygiene, raises funds for the preschool, assists with the community garden, and provides financial support to the community. NAP also worked on a water and windermill project. 

In a matching contribution campaign with the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation, Puchalski and Hanna were able to focus particularly on replacing the floor in the preschool and building the fence around the community garden. 

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