Mleci asbl

Mission is :Fight against violence and the protecttion of human rights Goal : - to act for peace, reconciliation and pacific coexistence of tribes and people by fighting against violence - to promote the people's welfare by education, health and nature preservation programs - to fight against people's poverty by sustaining income generation activities - to promote and intensify the women participation in the development and support children rights
Sep 30, 2016

School construction 9

The new school year 2016-2017 took place there two weeks ago at Glenn Paige Nonkilling School / Kazimia. It’s another year of hard work and success in a political and security context undecided in the country and particularly in our region where armed groups are active.

The school welcomed 52 new students  and postponed the opening of the new class ( 6th form) for next year. The teaching staff has remained stable. The two-week stay of Mleci coordinator  ( Project Leader) at the school has an overall evaluation of activities on the following points : administrative organization, general education courses and  nonkilling course, financial situation (profitability of the boat), evolution in pupil enrollment, contribution of the local community ,teachers stability and construction of new buildings.

 The results were deemed satisfactory.

As regards construction, it now begins after the storage period of buildings materials. The local community is actively involved in this activity for the school to move forward and that through it many people can become aware of the need for peace.

This, joins the thought of on officer in Congolese army in charge of security in the region who said “kuwa na shule lenye  linafundisha amani ni muzuri sana. Sote tunaweza kuleta amani katika maeneo  yetu “

This sentence in Kiswahili means "To have a school join us by teaching  nonkilling  and maintaining peace is excellent. Together we can restore peace in the region ".

Dear beloved, with your continued support, this project will achieve its objectives, namely to study the children victims of war  in good conditions.

Thank you our nonkilling friends for suggestions to improve our work.

Best wishes.

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Sep 30, 2016

Steps towards the profitability of our boat (5)

Glenn Paige Nonkilling School Boat is being repaired now. It is the only indispensable tool for financial autonomy of the school. Rotten or worn boards are being replaced. This is a delicate operation that must determine the strength of each board of the boat component and  to replace it correctly.

We hope that it will last longer than necessary for the smooth functioning of the School as confirmed by one of repairers in Kiswahili language "tutafanya haraka ili boti iweze kutumika marra moja" This means "we will do urgently so that the boat can sail again as quickly as possible. "

It is fortunate that we can still use our old engine 55 horsepower (despite its many faults) until we can buy a new adapted and powerful (75 horsepower) at the end of this magnificent project.

This project is a success. This success is yours, dear donor. Without your generous donation this couldn't-have happened and we count on your continued support  to purchase this new engine.

We will be happy to receive suggestions for the good continuation of the work.

Much thanks to our nonkilling friends.

Best wishes.

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Jun 30, 2016

Steps towards the profitability of our boat 4

The boat "Mleci - Center for Global Nonkilling"  is a property of Glenn Paige Nonkilling School . It just completed two years of navigation on Lake Tanganyika.

After faithful service, some planks of the boat are  deteriorated and rotted in regular contact with the lake water.

We planned during this summer holidays (July, August) to put the boat in dry dock and repair (remove and replace the damaged wooden planks). We targeted 82 planks. Work will be completed in early September 2016. One of the sailors said "mtumbwi unapashwa ukarabatiwe hizi miezi miwili ili utembee vizuri mwanzoni  mwa shule " This Kiswahili sentence means “the boat  must  be repaired during these two months so it  can sail well in the next school year”

As for the engine 55 uses the boat, it is very old. It broke down during this school year  three times. This engine is currently being repaired in Kigoma (Tanzania).

 Through this project we hope to complete the funds needed to buy the new engine (75 horsepower) suitable for boat.

We sincerely thank our donors who made profitability of our school their concern, and who think of nonkilling  future of humanity.

 Thank you for suggestions to improve our project.

 Best nonkilling.

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