A LOCAL organisation is working with Government on a programme promoting behavioural change among pupils in secondary schools. The Chartered Institute of Customer Relationship Management Africa is working with the Ministry of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture in the programme, themed Ubuntu, which is designed to encourage excellent personal interactions among the pupils.
This would be done through practical projects.
Addressing school heads from Glen View/Mufakose district, CICRMA business development director Mr Chris Kasiyazi encouraged all schools in Zimbabwe to participate in the programme.
The programme started in June 2012 targeting high school pupils in Harare and other places therefore we are inviting school heads from different district to show commitment and fully participate in this initiative set to benefit the children.
"We are confident that with the Government's help nothing will stop us from reaching schools in remote areas and Africa as a whole," he said.
Mr Kasiyazi said resources are already in place to ensure each pupil benefits from and appreciates the initiative.
"We have acquired enough resources and staff that will help in distributing the incentives to school heads and students when they embark on their projects and lessons which changes behaviour.
"He said pupils would get scholarships for outstanding projects," he said.