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Lively Entertainment Thrust in Talent Harnessing & Empowerment of Minors

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LET THEM Trust is a child-oriented creative, educational and cultural initiative that aims to create a platform for young people to groom and showcase their artistic talent.

Founded in 2010, LET THEM Trust was originally geared to preserving traditional and cultural heritage through Ngano (traditional folktales) plays in schools, and has since evolved into a multifaceted cultural and arts promotion and preservation organization.


Through the years, we have developed our programming to include other arterial elements in the youth’s daily lives. As a cultural and traditional rich nation, Zimbabweans are grounded in family values and norms, however the youth of today are now taking in more external traits and habits through various media. With this in mind, LET THEM Trust incorporates workshops and discussion platforms in its programming; giving participants a voice, lending an ear and providing a thought to how they can circumvent issues that affect them.

These workshops cover issues such as HIV/AIDS, Child Labour, Sex (and sex for exchange), Teenage Pregnancies, Loneliness, Children’s Rights, Peer Pressure, Physical and Mental Abuse, Substance Abuse, Zimbabwean Culture & Heritage and so much more.


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LET THEM Partners with Shoko Festival

September 5, 2012

LET THEM works with COSV for the Folktale Programme in Schools

LET THEM partners with Mbira Centre and CHIPAWO to host Mbira Month

April 22, 2013

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September 2015

September 2016


MARCH 10, 2015

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Children from various schools shone brightly at the annual Let Them Festival as they staged some inimitable performances over the weekend ...

... third annual Schools Arts Festival organised by Let Them Trust held last weekend at the Harare Exhibition park. The festival which drew more ...

THE second Let Them Festival which was recently held at Allan Wilson School saw various artistes engaging students in a move to nurture ...

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