Horses Aid in Therapy for Some With Disabilities in Zimbabwe
Charity is supported by donations from companies and individuals with a mission to help heal children and communities
Columbus Mavhunga
Thu, 11/21/2019 - 18:39
Horses Aid in Therapy for Some With Disabilities in Zimbabwe
With Zimbabwe's health sector and economy both struggling, some parents of children with disabilities have turned to Healing with Horses Therapeutic Centre.  The charity, supported by donations, provides horse rides and activities to children with cerebral palsy, a neuromuscular disorder, and other physical and mental challenges.  Columbus Mavhunga reports from Harare.
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