June 2017 – Update


CONSTRUCTION OF A SPECIAL SANITARY ROOM FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS

MOET strives to uphold to the best education standards in promoting girls attendance and sanitation at the school. One such way is maintained by constructing a special sanitary room that is now in place and opened in the month.

       

Outside view of the newly constructed room and  inside view of the room in progress above

MOET SCHOOL ON MEASLES FIGHT

MOET School strives to improve and maintain the health of Children. In the month, children participated in accessing measles vaccination following the campaign by the Ministry of Health

Above are learner’s queueing for measles vaccination

Vaccination in progress as above.

 

 MOET AIDS TOTO CLUB AWARENESS

“We are aware that AIDS  is affecting  and infecting people  in all nations world wide”.  MOET thought it wise to introduce an Anti-Aids Club popularly known as AIDS TOTO CLUB’. One of the duties undertaken by this club is to pass messages to learners in schools on the dangers of contracting AIDS and how it affects people socially and economically in the country. One such message disseminating event took place in the month.

Learners displaying messages of AIDS above.

 

 MOET AIDS toto club on a message disseminating tour to Nkope Hospital

 

MOET learner of AIDS toto club  cheering patients at Nkope Hospital where used clothes and groceries were distributed.

 

 SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM

Starting from June 2017, MOET shifted the feeding program to take place early before classes to encourage early coming to school and save time that was being wasted inawait of porridge during break time.

Children eating rice porridge mixed with ground nut flower before classes.

 

GARDEN PROGRESS

So for June 2017, at our vegetable garden, there has been a minimal progress on the crops grown there more especially mustard, egg plants, onions and bananas. As of Maize and other leguminous plants are not doing well due to the infection of pests and diseases like the attack of aphids and red spiders. Natural pesticides/chemicals were sprayed but seems like those pests are now used to the medicines.

 

Egg plants doing well and onions intercropped with maize (above right)

                       

Fruiting in progress in banana plantations         Mustard vegetables

VOCATIONAL SKILLS AND TRAINING

MOET learners had access to vocational skills and training in power point, carpentry and joinery, computer skills, tailoring and designing in the period. This is aimed at making sure that these children are equipped with different skills and knowledge so that they should become multi-skilled and self-reliant in future.

MOET learners learning carpentry and joinery

 

Learners also had access to power point operation a way of multi-skilling them.

MOET learners on tailoring wheels above.

 

SOCIAL INTERRACTION THROUGH MANUAL WORK AT MOET

In the month of June 2017, MOET organized a manual work day to keep the environment clean and tidy. Manual work day is also a social interaction day when friendships are created among staff of deferent levels. This encourages openness, unity and building trust. All MOET teachers and support staff were involved in the manual work.

Members of staff assemble for task allocations

Some of the staff slashed grass

Some staff transplanted  vegetables in the vegetable garden     

 

Staff being refreshed after manual work.

 

PERMACULTURE TRAINING

In the month MOET organized special trainings to its employees in permaculture for them to understand the concept and be able to influence others to adopt this method of nature conservation.

Above are participants during the training being taught to make compost manure.

 

MID -TERM EXAMINATIONS

As the term approaches to an end, during the month teachers at MOET were busy forming exams titled ‘Mid Term Examinations’ so as to recap what pupils had learnt from the beginning of the term.

A standard 4 teacher, Tikambenji Kamanga writing questions on the chalk board

 

Girls relaxing after a crack of their brains in the examinations room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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