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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

October 2018 Report – MOET Hold a Parents And Teachers Association Meeting

MOET consider parents (usually guardians) as partners to confide with, when building a successful future of a child. To achieve this, the institution routinely hold meeting with parents to discuss progress and to resolve challenges together. One such meeting took place in October where participants were discussing Standard 8 learners. The aim of the meeting was to find better ways of perfecting excellence at the school, together, to boost selection of pupils as they prepare for their exams next year. Read More

October 2018 Report – MOET’s new Vocational Skills Assistant

14 years ago, Yamikani Luka enrolled at MOET Primary School in Standard 2 when he was living with his Uncle at Makawa village, which is within the MOET catchment area. Life for Luka was initially miserable, as support from his uncle was inadequate. MOET took up the responsibility to support the boy and encouraged him to learn. Yamikani started working hard and thus; excelled in each and every class up to Standard 8. He got selected for Secondary school where, through MOET, a sponsor supported him with school fees and general needs up to Form 4. He passed Malawi School… Read More

October 2018 Report – Visitors from Germany

Early in the month, MOET received visitors from Germany: Lena and Lukas. Lena came to work at MOET some years ago as a volunteer teacher. She went back home in 2014. “I decided to come back to MOET with my boyfriend to see its beautiful environment and friendly people” She said.  It was so fantastic seeing Lena coming back to see us at MOET. We took a tour around to show Lena and her boyfriend, Lukas, how things have changed since she left. MOET appreciated a parcel of gifts that Lena and Lukas left for us.… Read More

September 2018 Report – Visitors from Zomba visits MOET

MOET School receives a lot of visitors from various walk of life. For example, in September, MOET received a family from Zomba, Malawi, after hearing more about the success of the school. The family had a lot of fun with MOET pupils. The children admitted to have learned a lot about nature conservation and water management. They also learned how permaculture is  beautifying and refreshing air, whilst keeping the environment cool at the school. Read More

September 2018 Report – New Academic Term with New Road Safety Enhancement

MOET puts the safety of the pupils first, as a matter of priority. After reporting the need to control the speed of vehicles passing the school to the Road Safety Council, the road that runs alongside the school, was given a new look, as speed bumps and a zebra crossing were put in place. Apart from just learning (in class) about zebra crossings, MOET pupils can now use  their own zebra crossing just, 15 meters outside of the campus fencing, feeling more secure in the process.… Read More

September 2018 Report – First term of academic year begins

The first term of the 2018/19 academic year started in September as successful pupils changed grades and faced new classroom environments and teachers. MOET supports pupils with writing materials in the first week of their arrival, to encourage them, as their academic journey starts. The photo below was taken just after the pupils had received their writing materials which comprised of notebooks and pens. Read More

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