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PPE and Creativity

  COVID-19 and MOET As of 25th July, Malawi had 3,453 confirmed Corona Virus cases,87 deaths and 1373 recoveries. In Mangochi, the District where MOET is located there are 114 confirmed cases and 4 have died. MOET has been busy trying to carry on the juggle of continuing education and understanding the new normal. Over the last month, MOET has made it possible to provide hand sanitiser and face masks  to every staff member and secondary school students. MOET is helping each staff member buy at least one each every month.  Face Masks MOET decided to help the community easily access some… Read More

How COVID is impacting MOET

The pandemic has impacted everyone across the globe in some way and here at MOET, it is no different. For many of us, education was and is a given, but Coronavirus has meant exams are being postponed or cancelled and makeshift homeschooling has become a reality.  It was with great sadness that MOET had to wave goodbye to Thomas, the school’s current volunteer from Germany. Thomas was very disappointed to have to cut his trip short and he is planning to return soon. Everyone loved having Thomas there and he was making a real difference to the school and children’s… Read More

In a time of uncertainty, some positive news

It has been a busy few months as usual at MOET and although there is always lots to do, we are always making great progress. Here is an update on what we have been up to.  New skills Mangochi Orphan Education and Training (MOET) aim to provide vocational skills training to children to help them become self-reliant economically in future. With an increased number of students gaining interested in sewing, MOET bought 4 new sewing machines to add to the existing 6.  It is great to see the growing appetite to learn practical skills alongside academic studies. This wouldn’t be… Read More

Student Nutrition

  The cost of living especially to rural Malawians is a real challenge. Food prices including Maize have increased making it not affordable for many of the families of our pupils. To ensure the nutritional needs of the students are met, MOET has changed its school feeding program to make sure that children are fed before and after they finish classes for the day. This is vital as many students do not go home at lunchtime as their families cannot afford to feed them.  We are very thankful to The Competition and Fair Trading Commission who supported us with food… Read More

London Marathon 2020 – Running for MOET

After visiting MOET last summer and seeing the lives of children who do not receive an education Agustin Moreno Cozar set himself a goal to fundraise for the school. FOMOE was lucky enough to get a place in the London Marathon this year which Agustin will be running. Please help Agustin reach his £1,500 target through a donation to his London Marathon donation page or by sharing the link below. Agustin Moreno Cozar – Virgin Money Donation Page [External Link]… Read More

January update; Moet library gets a boost

Patterson was very pleased to return back from Germany with some more books for our library. Many people in Malawi enjoy reading but cannot afford to buy books. The books will help our students with subjects such as English, Maths and Science.  Moet students all have membership of our library and they are able to borrow the books and take them home. If you have any books that you would like to donate, please do let us know. … Read More

January report: A-maize-ing harvest boosted by irrigation and planning

Moet has an irrigation scheme where a number of crops such as tomatoes and maize are grown. The school garden has been boosted by the rains from last year. It continues to prove a great way for the children to learn about farming and planning. In fact, we often find that our crops are ready before local farms because of the planning and the irrigation system that we have built.  We continue to learn about permaculture on a daily basis, but using our resources wisely is something we are very proud of. … Read More

January update: Moet director returns from German conference and reunion with volunteers.

Moet director Patterson Majonanga has recently returned from Germany where he was able to meet with recent volunteers Paul Heck, Lena Braun and fundraising trustee Johannes Lau.  He also attended training and meeting on Sexual Violence which was funded by the German Government.  He was able to visit Frankfurt, Bonn, Trier and Koln during his travels as well as visiting the family of current volunteer Thomas Wilson.  He takes back his training from the conference to Moet, where he will lead ideas and strategies in the school.  Whilst he was in Germany, he also attended some primary school lessons to… Read More

January update: New Year brings exciting learning opportunities.

Moet has a proud tradition of supporting our learners with vocational skills as well as traditional academic routes. Skills such as carpentry, clothes-making, cooking and ICT all form part of our regular programme.  And this new year has brought new developments that will enable us to reach even more children with these skills.  We are pleased that with the help of the Solon Foundation, we have been able to start work on a carpentry and welding workshop.  The new shelter is spacious and well-ventilated.  We hope that through the development of these skills, we will help productivity and contribute to… Read More

December update- Building for the future

As the holidays are almost upon us, thoughts at Moet have turned to the building work that we are hoping to complete in 2020 and the great work that has already started.  Here’s a summary of all the work that we have been doing with your kind donations.   Better sanitation  The previous flooding that we experienced at MOET at the beginning of this year almost weakened all toilet structures and threatened water and sanitation problems. We appreciate the timely support from The Spear Family who came  to our rescue in helping putting up toilet structures that will stand the test… Read More

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