ivil Service Travel Bureau, a Division of CourierConnect donated two (2) air tickets to Kidzcan, a Zimbabwean Cancer Association for children at a colorful, but touching ceremony held at Kidzcan Offices in Harare.

Speaking at the handover ceremony the Managing Director for CourierConnect, Mr Isaac Muchokomori said the organization was moved by the situations in Zimbabwe, where children are dying of lack of medication in the country, hence the decision to give deserving children air tickets so that they can go and get treated in South Africa where medication is available at low costs.

The Executive Director for Kidzcan, Dr Nthombi Muchuchuti expressed gratitude and was very amazed and humbled by this gesture. She advised that the day CSTB gave them the tickets, at about 3pm, there was an emergency treatment requirement from Parirenyatwa Hospital frantically requesting assistance with flight fares to Port Elizabeth Hospital for Haematological Assistance.

Kidzcan is a private voluntary organization which seeks to serve children and families affected by cancer as well as communities throughout the country. It conducts Paediatric Cancer Early Detection and Awareness Campaigns/ Workshops, advocates for subsidized private specialized medical/ health services and promotse paediatric oncology services within the public health system. Kidzcan also provides counseling services to children, parents and care givers.

CourierConnect pledged to continue supporting Kidzcan through its various Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes, that will include the transportation of all Kidzcan cancer testing, treatment and diagnostic equipment, drugs and accessories anywhere in Zimbabwe for free!