- The program has identified Education is the right of every child and it is the gateway to a brighter, fruitful and prosperous future. EGUDE believes that the best empowerment is education. By educating a child we would have empowered the family, community and nation at large, hence the core business of EGUDE is to educate the disadvantaged child from primary through college.
- Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life: the means because it empowers an individual to earn his/her livelihood and the end because it increases one's awareness on a range of issues – from healthcare to appropriate social behaviour to understanding one's rights – and in the process help him/her evolve as a better citizen.
- over a thousand children who are in need of school fees and are paying from primary to university.
- The organization identified 100 pupils who were assisted with satchels and books and toiletries
- Today, 1 million children in Zimbabwe are out of school – surrounded by poverty, illness and despair; they are fighting a daily battle for their survival. Together, we can help a child and bring hope in their lives. Together, we can bring change and make it last.
- EGUDE trained 50 female headed households giving them financial starter packs for income generating projects – 2015.
- Distributed blankets to 200 elderly people of Epworth – 2015
- distributed baby sets, toiletry hampers and toys to 75 pregnant and nursing AGYW who have been hit and run in Epworth-2016
- Carried out 24 sensitization meetings with 3000 community members on family health, HIV & AIDS, SRH education and life skills in Epworth since 2016.
- distributed satchels, stationary and toiletries to 100 orphans and vulnerable pupils in Epworth-2017
- Distributed food and Christmas goodies to 40 child headed families – 2017
- Currently the organization is paying school fees, purchasing school uniforms and providing exercise books to 150 orphans and vulnerable children, and 80 are girls.
Kanimbla is a village in the province of Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe. It is located on the south bank of the Zambezi River at the extreme northernmost point of Zimbabwe at the meeting point of the Zimbabwean, Mozambican and Zambian borders. The village serves the Dande communal land. Two major tribes reside in the area and these are the Doma people and the chikunda.These have also not been not spared by the floods that occurred in the country and are in desperate need of help. EGUDE distributed food, clothing, blankets cooking utensils to 1500 households that were affected by floods in Tokwe Mukorsi and Kanyemba.