Students And Youth Working on reproductive Health Action Team (SAYWHAT) has learnt with sadness the passing on of Panashe Moses Tsuro, a former student at Harare Institute of Technology (HIT). Tsuro passed on yesterday, the 14th of June 2023 at a local hospital in Harare after a short illness. Mourners are gathered at 16A Cavan Lane Greendale Msasa, Harare.
Panashe was a SAYWHAT National Coordinating Committee (NCC) member from 2018-2021. He was a vibrant and passionate peer educator always committed and determined to influence positive health behaviours amongst peers and the students’ community at large. He was a standout personality in the Mugota/Ixhiba platform, an exclusive platform that groom and nurture today’s young men to be responsible.
Panashe’s legacy will remain written in the hearts of many graduates and students. As the students’ community, we will follow on his reproductive health education footprints to further the agenda of ensuring that every young person in Zimbabwe and beyond lives a healthy life.
We would like to encourage the Tsuro family to take comfort in the milestones, Panashe made.We will keep the Tsuro family, relatives and friends in our thoughts during this moment of grief.
May his soul continue to rest in eternal peace.