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February 2018 Update – Arts & Drawing Club Trip to Lake Malawi Museum

MOET pupils belong to different clubs of their choice according to their talents, interests and skills. MOET encourages this kind of extra-curricular activity because it can bring out the various talents hidden in children. The Arts and Drawing Club is one such club. During the month, the club, led by two teachers who are also…
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February 2018 Update – MOET Guardians Interface Meeting in support of Quality Education

Quality education demands support from all the involved stakeholders of a school, such as education authorities, teachers and parents/guardians. Realising that most of the pupils from junior classes lose their text books, MOET organised an interface meeting with guardians to discuss the need to help pupils take care of their books that they receive at…
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February 2018 Update – Small Economic Business

MOET provides orphans with materials to support their academic studies. This support comes from friends, donors and well-wishers. Recognising the unpredictability of donor support and the need to drive towards self-sustainability, MOET has implemented small enterprises within the community. The idea was adopted by MOET to initiate some income-generating activity. A shelter is being constructed…
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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…
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January 2018 Update- Security House Construction

Keeping the MOET premises secure from theft is very important. Therefore, the institution employs watchmen to hover around the premises at nighttime. During the day, they are stationed at the main gate. Previously, these guards were reliant upon the shade of a tree that is fairly close to the entrance. However, MOET has decided that…
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January 2018 Update- Kitchen and Stores Maintenance

MOET’s Kitchen is one of the oldest buildings on the campus. Its old age is visible from cracks developing on its walls. This is due to the softness of its base. In January, MOET carried out a maintenance work to reinforce the building. There are a few other buildings that are developing small cracks, but…
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January 2018 Update – Clubs and Society Days at MOET

As a School, MOET is full of activities throughout the year. The activities are designed in a way that allow pupils to both acquire new knowledge, and also to gain an understanding of social practices that could have a negative or positive bearing on their livelihood. Such activities are performed in clubs, such as the …
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January 2018 Update – Vocational Skills at MOET

MOET continues to develop the Vocational Skills Training Programme. The programme equips students with a variety of skills which they can later apply to earn a living, or to be self-supportive. During January, MOET focused on training students (especially girls) in carpentry and computer operation, amongst other things.

January 2018 Update – National Reading Programme

National Reading Programmes were introduced by the Ministry of Education to promote the reading culture among primary school pupils in Malawi. The aim is to improve academic excellence and lift education standards in Malawi. Primary Education Advisors have been tasked with the responsibility of improving the quality of education within the country. Therefore, in January,…
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January 2018 Update – MOET receives more computers

In January, MOET received a container of ten computers and accessories from FOMOE. The items were donated in support of the Computer Operations lessons, an extracurricular education that’s intended to impart computer skills to the MOET orphans and vulnerable children. The donated computers are a welcomed addition to the MOET computer room, where there was…
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