What We Do
We now have 7 teaching blocks with 15 classrooms and currently 25 teachers 15 male and 10 female. There is now 17 teachers houses built on the Campus. In partnership with Mary’s Meals all children receive a nutritious daily meal in this place of learning. The mug of fortified porridge – likuri phala, a maize porridge is often the only meal a child will receive in any given day.
On Wednesday 18th May 2016, Mama Nora’s Nursery School was formally opened in the vlllage of Chiluzi. One hundred children will attend this place of education 7:30 am – 11:30 am, five days per week.
The opening day was a day of great joy for all who live in the community and was attended by the nursery children, pupils from the primary school, teachers, village leaders, tribal chiefs, representatives from the Education Authority and the local church.
There are now 21 children, former pupils, receiving a private high school education. 15 boys and 6 girls which is a fantastic achievement. The State Secondary School which is available to our children is very far away from the village with no public transport availability. It is in a very poor state of repair and facilities and resources are entirely inadequate. In addition children are virtually left unsupervised and living on their own.
The charity recently provided a local Clinic in the village which can be used for Midwife’s and also as a First Aid centre in the community.
Our pre5 antenatal clinic was officially opened on Tuesday 9th May 2017.
This facility will be a critical factor in health outcomes for pregnant mothers and their infant children.
Malawi is a landlocked country in South East Africa and was formally known as Nyasaland during the British Empire days. It is bordered by Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique.
The village and surrounding environment are controlled by a chief and village head men, with the overall Chief Chiluzi being responsible for approximately 7000 families.