We have a poultry project that we do in communities that we expect to empower orphaned and vulnerable children in schools.After giving them 100chicks and feeds they will then continue self-sustaining projects and to date, some already have six batches since we started. Chikarudzo High School Headmaster::We agreed that of all the selling they would have done, we remove $500 for the inputs, and the remainder is then used to pay fees for the orphaned and vulnerable children. When we finish collecting the sales, we then choose from the children who we then pay school fees for. My name is Brian Mpinga.I get assistance from CBAP through getting school fees.My parents divorced so I stay with my aunts.So I came to school doing piece jobs until I got to secondary school.I then got assistance through the CBAP projects. Both my parents are late.My siblings did not finish secondary school because there was no school fees.I was once a BEAM beneficiary but then it stopped paying fees for us.I am the only one who has gone this far because of CBAP. I think we just have passion for these kids and we really want to see them being empowered and being recognized in the community,also being doing great things in their communities, not just lamenting their orphan hood. My name is Munyaradzi Makadho. I now know how chickens are bred.We also help others in our villages on how to do poultry business. People in our communities also benefit from this project as we also give them advice on how to do poultry projects.