• L'Arche
      We have experienced 23 years packed with moments of happiness and sorrow, consolation and desolation (the drama which makes us alive). Throughout the years we never took our eyes off the ball which is our mission, to make known the gifts of people with intellectual disabilities and work together Read More
  • L'Arche
    Today we start a 10-day celebration of our 23 years in existence. On 23 July 1997 Gerald Nyamayaro, Irene Jimah and Fr. David Harold Barry drove to Chinhoyi Hospital to collect Moses Goremusandu who became the first core member. The community was born on that day. Moses who is on Read More
  • L'Arche
    I belong to a community which celebrates the unique value of every person and recognize our need of one another. Read More
  • L'Arche
    As we celebrated Africa Day, our own poet Tatenda prepared this poem for us.   My roots, Africa   My roots are in Africa a continent of unique cultural diversities A continent of riches by nature. A continent of peace and love A continent of friendly people A continent of Read More
  • L'Arche
    Today we join the world in celebrating our mothers. We celebrate you, mothers of our core members who welcomed and natured our brothers and sisters we share our lives with. We celebrate you, mothers, who are our assistants. You juggle being mothers at your houses and being assistants at L’Arche. Read More
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    The lockdown in our country has invited us to reflect on some aspects of our lives which we used to take for granted. Physical presence is one of these aspects. Now that we can not easily move from one house to the other, we realise how it is so important. Read More