Author: FOMOE

Cream Tea Challenge Success!

FOMOE trustees and other fundraisers are continually devising new ideas to fundraise for the charity. Most are extreme feats of achievement, such as marathons, mountain climbs or skydives; this month James and Lizzie Brittain came up with a different kind of challenge… James and Lizzie provided 60 cream teas to visitors in their garden! Due…
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Sponsor Shadreck

Nazareth has been helping us to raise funds for one student’s tertiary education. Shadreck is a student who requires additional funding to ensure he can complete his Art degree so Nazareth has turned to LinkedIn to see if people can help raise funds. By donating, Shadreck will be provided with funding for school fees, equipment…
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Meet our New Volunteers!

What an adventure: volunteering & getting married in Malawi! We are so pleased to introduce our latest volunteers: “So we’re Hanna and Martyn and currently work in the education and youth sector. We are travelling to Malawi for a couple of years to volunteer and gain experience in the charity sector with the hope of…
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✨Student Success!✨

Enock and Precious were two students at MOET who were able to attend because of the generous donations from their sponsors. We wanted to share this fantastic news. Enock has secured a job since finishing education. This is an excerpt from the letter we received from one of the MOET fundraisers involved in organising student…
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A Happy New Year from MOET

We hope you have all had a good start to the New Year all things considered. Beating the January blues takes will power, not to mention a global pandemic! December saw the start of the rainy season and it did hold back! Despite arriving a little early and catching the community unawares, the damage was…
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A very happy Christmas from MOET

Happy Christmas from MOET and FOMOE!!!! This has been a challenging year for all of us but MOET has adapted to the new situation and made the best of it by designing and producing its own face masks to benefit the community and generate additional income for the school, Also by embarking on off-season farming…
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Outreach Program

Overall this involves training guardians and communities 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…
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Getting ready for the New Normal

Preparing for a new normal MOET reopened its doors to students on 7th September. After being closed for such a long time, like every school and establishment, education, training and processes are all needed to equip everyone to operate within the realms of the new normal.  Moet provided full training of all teachers from nursery…
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PPE and Creativity

  COVID-19 and MOET As of 25th July, Malawi had 3,453 confirmed Corona Virus cases,87 deaths and 1373 recoveries. In Mangochi, the District where MOET is located there are 114 confirmed cases and 4 have died. MOET has been busy trying to carry on the juggle of continuing education and understanding the new normal. Over the last month,…
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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…
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