Our Capacity Building Program prepares students for effective and productive living after college and university.

The program’s objectives are to:

  • Nurture confident and efficacious students who believe in themselves;
  • Break stigma, self-pity, low self-esteem and dependency syndrome among students with disabilities; and
  • Prepare students with disabilities for effective and productive living after college and university.

The program comprises of the following one-day training workshops. Participants who attend all three workshops graduate and recieve a Certificate of Completion. 

Goal Setting Workshop for Personal, Academic and Career Success

The first workshop equips participants with goal setting skills, critical thinking skills and problem solving skills.

Endless Possibilities’ Workshop on How to Succeed Through Mentorship

The second workshop taches participants the benefits of mentoring, how to set mentoring goals and how to connect and work with mentors.

Stand Up for Yourself: A Workshop on Communication & Self-advocacy Skills

The third workshop taches participants how to communicate effectively and how to be self-advocates. 


Tina Shanduka
"I discovered myself"
Felix Mapuzuke
"Open the Door Zimbabwe"
Since our inception in 2010, we have trained over 300 university and college students. Some of these students have since started their own businesses and NGOs and are changing other people’s lives across Africa. On the left are just two of many testimonies of students whose lives have been changed by our training programs.

Meet the Trainers

Leo Tsumba on Goal Setting
Bright Kadengu on Mentorship
Kuda Mzembe on Mentorship

Other Training Activities

In addition to our capacity building workshops, we also host conferences, workshops and training events about business and entrepreneurship, employ-ability and personal development. In addition, some of our partners mentor students by inviting them to their training events and activities.
Professor Hope Sadza and Edmore Masendeke

The Founder and Vice Chancellor of the Women’s University in Africa, Professor Hope Sadza, pauses for a photo with the Founder of Endless Possibilities, Edmore Masendeke, after delivering the Keynote Address at Endless Possibilities’ Business Conference in October 2016.

The Founding Director of Woman Excel, Endna Mukurazhizha, holds mentoring session with female students with disabilities from the University of Zimbabwe in 2017. Students were given free membership to Women Excel and invited to several of their activities. 

3 Ways You Can Help Us Continue Empowering People with Disabilities

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Financial Gifts

Monetary gifts help us pay for venues, training material, catering and other services required to deliver our programs.

Non-financial Gifts

Non-monetary gifts also help us to deliver our programs. Give us a venue, meals, stationary and anything else you can.

Training Support

Help us train or mentor students. Join us as a guest speaker at one of our events or invite our students to your events.