My Journey Home

October 30 2022: My Journey Home

Nov 1, 2022 14:54 By katie
October 30 2022: My Journey Home
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Zimbabwean Nurse lovers Pamire from Roscommon survived polygamy, slavery and domestic violence through strong education and faith.

Zimbabwean nurse Lovers Pamire depicts how he struggled growing up with a polygamous father and 15 siblings, two of which died to HIV-AIDS, being under the care of an abusive foster mother, being smuggled by her mother to start school at 9, being displaced as slaves on reserved land not suitable for humans to live in, and barely having anything to eat apart from boiled maize and hunting for prey in forests. He is, however, grateful for all his struggles because without them, he wouldn’t be happily settled as a nurse at Roscommon General Hospital. His hardships pushed him to master the English language, excel in school, and get in the nursing profession he always wanted after undergoing civil service and military training.  A musician, befriender for the elderly, and radio presenter at Ross FM, Lovers believes religion, education and integrating in your host country through volunteering can bring you a long way. He cannot wait to be joined by his wife and three children from the country that has the biggest smiles, one of the highest literacy rates in the African continent, and Victoria falls, one of the seven wonders of the world.0

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