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The Mayor’s Christmas Cheer Fund has put on a new face and been rebranded Mayor’s Cheer Fund to embrace other occasional needs of the community that are outside the festive period which it has not been able to cover over the years.
The Office of the Mayor recently disclosed the traditionally once-off annual event will be spread throughout the year to render assistance to the needy who include - but are not limited to - victims of natural disasters.
Chitungwiza has 25 wards (8 of them headed by councilors of the female gender and 17 male) and each of these members sits in one or more of the chamber committees, namely Finance, GPC, Audit, Public Works, Health, Business Development and Peace Building.
In compliance with the Urban Councils Act, the Mayor, His Worship Philip Mutoti, was on April 4 expected to lead his team of councilors in an engagement meeting with stakeholders who include investors to brainstorm on the mode of fundraising towards his cause.
“At the end of the day it is the community that is going to benefit, hence the need to involve it. After the meeting with the stakeholders during the first week of April, we will then have the Fund officially launched where donations and pledges will be invited and the ball rolls right through to the end of the year,” the office said.
Some of the previous beneficiaries the City Father’s humanitarian hand include Bumhudzo Old People’s Home and victims of the bomb blast that two years ago claimed lives in Zengeza 2 and caused destruction of property. Through the Mayor’s Fund, the affected families were assisted in rebuilding.
There are 25 wards in Chitungwiza, eight of them headed by councilors of the female gender. Council’s stance on moving towards the fulfilment of gender equality has seen it being named the Most Improved Council in the Local Government COEs category in 2014 and coming as runner-up last year.
In another development, CM senior management will soon be retreating for a review of the 2016 part of the 2014-2018 Strategic plan which is part of the Government-recommended IRBM (Implementing Integrated Results-based Management) that inculcates components of ZimAsset.
The retreat is one of the working items on the council’s calendar expected to be undertaken soon after the Council-stakeholders’ meeting.