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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

Patterson’s blog: Donated cycles help pupils to get to school.

Donated cycles are helping pupils make their way to school and benefit from further educational opportunities. Children who are selected to attend the Community Day Secondary Schools can sometime find it difficult to get to the school as they are too far to walk to. This means they sometimes stay at home and then end up missing out on their education.  If they do end up walking, they are often too tired and worn out from the walking in order to concentrate.  A bike can travel four times the speed of a person which means that two hours of hard… Read More

Headmaster’s blog: Moet pupils show their sporting spirit

Recently, we have been privileged to have football and netball matches with Hanafi Private Primary School. These matches were a cause for celebration as MOET football team went away triumphant . The  final score was  three goals to nil.   Our netball team lost so that was a consolation to Hanafi. It was a fun day with plenty of fine sportsmanship exhibited from both sides.   MOET encourage sports activities to learners to keep their bodies and mind physically fit. Read More

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Computer Classes – by Bernd Möllmann

One of our wonderful (current) volunteers, Bernd Möllmann, shares a yet another wonderful post, full of pictures. This time, he looks back on a memorable second week week with MOET: “Hello, During my second week at MOET School, I’ve experienced many different things. I took part in the school lessons, participated at the Sports Program on Thursday and got a short introduction to the Vocational Skills Program in the afternoon classes. In between, we organised the computer room and started a new computer class, not only for the learners, but also for the teachers.” Below are some pictures of Bernd and… Read More

Wildlife Trip to Lake Malawi National Park at Cape Maclear – by Bernd Möllmann

One of our wonderful (current) volunteers, Bernd Möllmann, shares a fantastic adventure he had in his first week with MOET: “Hello, My name is Bernd and this February/March, I’m doing a practical training for about four weeks at MOET-School in Malawi. I would like to give you a short overview of the wildlife-trip to Lake Malawi National Park at Cape Maclear during my first week at MOET. Wildlife Trip to Lake Malawi National Park at Cape Maclear On Friday morning, the mixed group of about 16 children in different age, guided by three teachers and me, went to the lake shore… Read More

December 2017 Update – Sad News

While December was the end of the academic term  and a fun, festive month, with some exciting things happening, the month had started with a very sad moment. Unfortunately,  we lost one of the oldest-serving and dedicated members of MOET, Miss. Sellina Nguluwe.  Selina, 39, died of High Blood Pressure in the early hours of Friday, 1st December 2017. She is survived by three children: two boys and one girl. She joined MOET in 2005 and has served as a Nursery School Teacher and later worked as a Stores Clerk. May Her Soul Rest In Eternal Peace.… Read More

December 2017 Update – Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

A belated Merry Christmas to and from everyone at MOET! The students and teachers celebrated Christmas and New Year in style. Pupils spent the whole day at the school. Breakfast, a salivating lunch and dancing were part of the celebrations.… Read More

December 2017 Update – Close of Academic Term at MOET

December marked the end of a second academic term, giving way for the children to celebrate Christmas on 25th of December, and New Year. Aside from these seasonal celebrations, excelling pupils had cause to celebrate their own performance through public announcement of names and their corresponding positions in class by their teachers. Entertaining activities such as drama, poems, role-plays and songs dialogue provided a real feel-good factor for the day.… Read More

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