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Provision of education is the second largest activity of the Anglican Diocese of Manicaland after theological activities. The Diocese runs schools in almost all the districts of Manicaland except Chimanimani and Chipinge.
Both primary and secondary education is provided within the Diocesan schools. There are 20 primary schools and 11 secondary schools. However, the numbers keep on changing because some schools which had been forced to join the Rural District Councils just before independence in 1979 are nor rejoining the Diocese.
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Some of the schools are the oldest and most reputable institutions in the country. Among them are St. Augustine's Penhalonga, St. Faith's Rusape and St. David's Bonda (the biggest girls' boarding school in the country).
The Diocesan mission statement on education is to offer the people of God quality education and service in all its institutions.
The Diocese in her educational institutions, in conjunction with the Government, strives to offer the very best possible and balanced quality education adaptable to the changing conditions, emerging needs and hopes of the society it serves.
The education institutions should be able to develop our students spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically, morally and equip them with skills that make them productive for themselves and society and become responsible citizens and future men and women of high integrity.
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