Harare Children’s Home is one of the longest established places of shelter for children in need of care. It was established on July 4, 1921, and it moved to its present premises in Eastlea fifty-three years ago. It is home to up to 110 children, from infants to pre-teen boys and girls. It shelters them until they find jobs. The Department of Social Welfare, under whose auspices the home operates, selects the children placed in its care.
In one year, this installation gives a solar yield of 24.40 MWh and is responsible for the avoidance of 8400.00 kilograms of CO2 emissions.