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May 2018 Report – Vocational skills development and training

May was full of activities performed by pupils from senior classes. One such an activity was tailoring. Pupils learned a number of skills such as arranging thread for the sewing machine, getting thread into the sewing needle and the actual sewing process. This a very practical skill that students will be able to apply in their day-to-day lives, moving forward.… Read More

May 2018 Report – Pupils’ farewell trip

After the pupils had sat for their final exams, MOET organised a farewell trip for them. Students, accompanied by some teachers, visited a number of areas of interest within the district, such as: Cape Maclear, Fisheries Research Station and Dzimwe Community Radio Station. Pupils were inspired more at Dzimwe Community Radio. Here, they visited the News Room where news is prepared for radio broadcasting. They also got acquainted with the processes involved in producing radio programs and live airing in the studios.… Read More

May 2018 Report – MOET Staff Wishing Pupils Well

As students have been preparing for Primary School Leaving Certificate Examinations, to be written later in the Month, MOET Staff spared a day to wish the candidates luck and success for the period. It was a very colourful and lighthearted day, bursting with positive vibes. Standard Eight (8) pupils lined up like soldiers preparing for war, showed their appreciation and thanked their teachers and members of staff, who had tirelessly contributed to the students’ academic armour and weapons for facing the exams without fear. The selection results will be out later in the year.… Read More

May 2018 Report – Esther from The Netherlands Donates Jerseys to MOET Football Team

MOET students are renowned as sports lovers. Esther, a guest from The Netherlands who once admired the performance of the team when she visited them last year, donated a pack of jerseys for footballers. The MOET team is very thankful to have received the jerseys. The MOET football team is very popular because every time they have a match with another team, they always seem to win. The team rarely loses matches.  … Read More

May 2018 Report – MOET football and Netball teams have new balls, courtesy of visitors from Germany

MOET was visited by parents of one of the volunteers, who came from German to beef up the academic section of the school. The parents brought with them beautiful balls which were given to the school’s football and netball teams. The balls came on time when the school was running short of sporting equipment.… Read More

May 2018 Report – Gifts to MOET Learners

To encourage learning among pupils, MOET boosted pupils morale by providing them with learning materials such as exercise books and pens. A total of 355 students at the school, received the learning materials. This is not a one-off occasion, and MOET supplies these materials whenever a need for such resources is identified.… Read More

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April 2018 Report – Mangochi District Hospital up in flames

Some very sad news from April. We learned that the Mangochi District Hospital caught fire.  The front section unfortunately burnt down. It was established that the fire was due to an electrical fault. Efforts to put out the fire in its early stage proved futile as the fire extinguishing experts had to drive all the way from Zomba which is about 200km away. The entire antenatal ward got burnt down. Thankfully, there has been no report of injury to the patients and guardians who were evacuated. Some of the evacuees transferred to Monkey Bay Hospital, 65km away. Equipment and furniture… Read More

April 2018 Report – Teacher’s Preparatory Training Sessions

MOET, as an institution, is blessed to have relevant professionals on campus. Mrs. Majonanga is a Primary Education Adviser (PEA) for Monkey Bay Zone, and took the opportunity to host a Teachers Training session. The session covered the importance of lesson plan preparation, plus teaching learning materials.… Read More

April 2018 Report – Aquaculture Farming at MOET

Aquaculture is one of the programs being carried out at MOET. This program has helped contribute to MOET income through sale of fingerlings. The fingerlings are taken from the ponds selling of parent fish as well as helping with the school feeding program. During the period, the quality of the water in the pond was observed to have gone below the desirable conditions and responsible staff took an initiative to refill fresher water in them. In the picture below the staff is seen providing feed for the fish fast growth.… Read More

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