Jan – Dec
Jan – Dec
Njube High School taken to National Art Gallery, Mbira Centre, Performance at VLI and Ster Kinekor for a movie as they could not turn back to Bulawayo from Kadoma.
Chimanimani Arts Festival – Njube High School from BYO
Hifa Childrens Zone (MGHS and Seke 1 represented Let Them)
Let Them Festival with 20 participating Schools at Alan Wilson. > Inclusion of a school with kids with learning difficulties also participating.
Album Launch at Chiedza Child Care Centre
Chimanimani Arts Festival Chiedza Child Care Centre
Hifa performance Chiedza Child Care Centre
Performances of Ngano Pfumo re Ropa continued.
A partnership was formed with NASH and NAPH (National association of headmasters both secondary heads and primary heads.
Chimanimani Arts Festival Kids Zone introduced and manned by Let Them Trust
Giant Puppets brought by Let Them
Kidz in front of the camera
Launch of Let Them Trust Festival a Book Cafe
Let Them Trust Festival (1st annual festival) with 10 participating schools. Theatre, music and dance was all on the same day at Churchill Boys.
Introduction of Ngano performances in line with the Schools Curriculum focusing on the form 4 Ngano Pfumo Re Ropa. (Team of 8 professionals)
In Primary Schools we continued with popular ngano or performed a requested Ngano from the schools contracting us.
Let Them Fun day at Phat Sams in Westgate
Kuwadzana schools career day with Let Them offering PA and entertainment.
Total of participating schools = 10
Participating Companies 8 including local businesses.
Total Number of schools visited including a repeat of some schools - 92
Schools penetration commence with performance of the popular Ngano.
Drama group identified for performances comprising of a team of 4 people.
Total Number of schools visited this year totaling - 89
Launch of Let Them Trust in December (Harare Gardens) after securing all the documentation from National Arts Council and Ministry of Education.