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It is a fund that is aimed at rebuilding the cyclone idai affected areas. It is funded and managed by a group of like-minded Zimbabwean enterprises. The reboot fund comprises of a Board of Trustees consisting of reputable enterprises not limited to Old Mutual, Econet Wireless, United Refineries, Cassava Smartech, Liquid Telecom, Miracle Missions and Vinal with a common cause to restore livelihoods and rebuild infrastructure in areas affected by Cyclone Idai.
Every dollar counts and require individual donations of any amount. For enterprise we are appealing for a minimum of RTGS $10 000.00
It is also a helpline for affected individuals seeking assistance.
- REBOOT AND REBUILD FUND ACCOUNT -RTGS 1036243461
- REBOOT AND REBUILD FUND ACCOUNT -USD 1036243477
There are several drop off points such as Miracle Missions and Econet Shops which also have drop off and collection points.
Some of the needs identified to date include:
- Rebuilding Schools – RTGS +$2.5M
- Water Supply – RTGS +$2M
- Sanitation Facilities –RTGS +$2M
- Power -RTGS +14M
- Road Network -RTGS +$23M
- Agric Infrastructure –RTGS +800K
- Economic Activity – RTGS +20M
- Buildings – RTGS 450K
We are accepting any form of donations, please advise us on your area of specialty and we will forward your details to the project managers to check resource requirements.
An Audit Trail will be availed since you are partnering. The fund is being administered by a governance team independent from appointed auditors.
Manicaland and Masvingo provinces
Please note the fund is intended to support Government interventions and we are targeting to pool a minimum estimate of RTGS $100 Million.
It can be availed upon request.
Yes we have centers that have been set up by our Partners
Yes most areas are now accessible as temporary roads to access affected areas were created
It is open for both corporates and individuals.
12 months at the least