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December 2018 Report- A Belated Happy New Year from Moet

Staff and pupils enjoyed celebrating the festive season together . Moet staff enjoyed teaching children about the spirit of the season and marking the occasion with special food and dancing.  The Children and staff of Moet would like to wish all sponsors and friends a very happy 2019. Mangochi Orphan Education and Training (MOET) would like to extend their very best wishes to all well-wishers who are always with us in their memories and those that have supported or do support the institution in various ways. Your support can never go unnoticed as you contribute to the realisation of our successes Read More

December 2018 Report: Early season floods in Mangochi

The rain season in Mangochi and around MOET in the month has unfortunately  started very strongly with a number of areas flooded and houses submerged. In Mangochi alone and close to MOET, a total of 128 households have been destroyed by floods which all happened by the third week of December. Although the area is prone to floods, experts are saying these have started early this year as usually the  area is subjected to huge amounts of rain in  late January and in February. The picture shown was taken on the road which is at a distance of less than 50 metres from the MOET campus. You Read More

November 2018 Report – Primary education advisors and teachers meeting

Primary Education Advisors (P.E.A) visited MOET for inspection in November, and they held a meeting with teachers. The meeting was scheduled to ensure the broad –based development of pupils. The role of Primary Education Advisors is to approve the standards of accredited education institutions to be in line with government standards and curriculum. For example, having professional teachers, learning and teaching materials to ensure that learners have access to quality education.   … Read More

November 2018 Report – Internship for MOET students

MOET provides internship for their students who complete secondary education. Three boys have done well with their Form 4 Examination but were just staying at home. MOET decided to given them an opportunity to teach at a certain Secondary School called Namazizi. These intern teachers will be paid at the end of the month. This is something interesting and very financially relieving for them. It is also an encouragement to other students to work hard so that they can be accorded with the similar opportunity. Thanks to management of the school. … Read More

November 2018 Report – Maintenance of school toilets

After using the pit latrines for over 10 years, it was observed that the pits were full. Doing it in a Permaculture way, which make full use of the available land resources, MOET engaged a local firm to drain the toilets so that they became user friendly. The process involved establishing a pit just outside the constructed pit and perforate the bottom part. This drains the contents inside the pit. A total of eight pit latrines were maintained in the month in this manner as seen in the pictures below. Read More

November 2018 Report – Marketing course at MOET

In the month, we had a short Marketing course at MOET. Some key staff that were involved in fundraising, were invited to attend the marketing course. The aim of the training was to add the skills of promoting products being sold by MOET, to as a fundraising. The course included marketing strategies such as the focusing on the product, packaging, pricing, promotion and place of sale. It also included storage management of products, ways of reducing channels of distribution to improve profit margin of products and personal selling skills. Read More

November 2018 Report – Harvesting of Ripe Mangoes at MOET

We are in mango season and fruits are everywhere, being left to rot. MOET encourages wise utilization of food resources to sustain nutrition and enhance people’s health during fruit lean season. At MOET, the ripe fruits were collected in November to be prepared for both preservation and for sale. Mango fruit season starts in October, and depending on the variety of the mangoes, ends in January. By February, all the mangoes disappear and until now, there’s no initiative being taken to preserve them beyond their harvest season. Permaculture is bringing more fruits production at MOET and in the target villages… Read More

October 2018 Report – MOET Pupils receive Bilharzia Medicine

Bilharzia is one of the diseases that is spread through snails found in contaminated fresh water. (A disease caused by infection with freshwater parasitic worms in certain tropical and subtropical countries.) The disease is especially common among children, along the Great Rift Valley in developing countries, as they are more likely to play in contaminated water. As a routine that ensures good health of the pupils, MOET distributed Bilharzia medication to pupils in October. The requirement is that medication should be provided to children at least once a year. Children are also looked after, to ensure improved access to clean… Read More

October 2018 Report – Donations From Friends

October was a month of blessings. MOET received gifts from Friends of Mangochi Orphans’ Education (FOMOE) in England. We would like to let our friends know that the gifts came in good order and were well-received. The contents included clothes, balls, school learning materials, books etc. This will help provide quality education and long term support to our pupils. We have dedicated the items to the education and sports department. Read More

October 2018 Report – Harvesting Of Bananas

If you didn’t already know, MOET is one of Mangochi’s pioneering schools in proudly advocating and practicing the Permaculture Program. This program improve the environment and food insecurity in Malawi. It also attracts visitors to our school. We are doing everything possible to set a model for the pupils and the community to follow. One activity in the month involved harvesting bunches of bananas. The plantations were planted in the Permaculture Program. The bananas will be used as fruits, after meals for the pupils, under school feeding program. Read More

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