Out in the Community: ECCT Celebrating with the Elderly

ECCT representing National Ageing Network of Zimbabwe at the event.

ECCT representing National Ageing Network of Zimbabwe at the event.

We are so pleased to let you know that we are now part of the National Ageing Network of Zimbabwe, along with other Zimbabwean organisations such as the Zimbabwe Farmers Union, the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Island Hospice and more. Cancer is very real to all ages in Zimbabwe and we are honoured to be part of a network of organisations where our voice on cancer and how the elderly can be heard and helped – is louder.

A member of the public enjoying the event. It was a beautiful day.

A member of the public enjoying the event. It was a beautiful day.

A few weeks ago on 13 October 2014, the ECCT was chosen by the National Ageing Network of Zimbabwe to represent them at an event held to celebrate the elderly with the theme ‘promoting the participation of the ageing population in disaster management’. It was held at Soda House in Highfields, Harare.

Please see some images from the event below.

 

 

Details of the event which was held on 13 October 2014. Theme was 'Promoting the participation of the ageing population in disaster management'.

Details of the event which was held on 13 October 2014. Theme was ‘Promoting the participation of the ageing population in disaster management’.

 

clement event

 

ECCT would like to say thank you to our Volunteer Clement Manika who attended the event on our behalf. We could not do what we do without our valuable team members.

*To find out more about our work, visit the ECCT website by clicking here now.

 

 

 

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