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We are a UK-based charity that raises funds and recruits volunteers to educate orphans and vulnerable children attending MOET School in the little town of Mangochi in Malawi, Africa.

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MOET (Mangochi Orphans Education & Training) School started in 1999 with 10 orphans being taught under a grass shelter. The school then got a grant from the Humanitarian Relief Fund to construct its first building. Today there are over 300 children and: 8 classrooms A Nursery Block A library An administration block, and more.

Overall, this involves training guardians and communities on the importance of conserving and the use of natural resources wisely to prevent and ease some of the simple problems faced by the poor rural masses in tropical regions. Organic farming techniques and the use of natural herbal medicine is encouraged to reduce the overdependence of chemical, mono-cropping, and more.

As part of the vocational skills training at the school, students have engaged in cooking lessons. In January, it was time for standard 7 to prepare their own lunch! A teacher at the school taught pupils about different ways to cook and heat up food – including how to boil. 

Every year around half the class in Standard 8 (12-15 students) hear that that they have received a good enough grade in their Certificate of Primary Education to qualify to go on to secondary school for 4 years. As all secondary school education in Malawi is fee-paying every year we are desperately searching for sponsors.

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