Students sport the masks provided by Abundance
Hope you are all keeping well? After some rises in COVID-19 cases, Malawi's number of cases have been declining, which is great! Lets hope it continues this way. We have slowly started our work and allowed field trips recently, after many months of working remotely.
Quick updates from our side on the eLearning center:
1. On 17 September, Ruth Mumba and Grace Moyo went to Chilimba Secondary School which hosts our eLearning center and distributed 300 masks for learners. In addition, they distributed 200 masks at the primary school too. This is with kind donation from Road to Relief facilitated by Augustine Mumba, our supporter. Enjoy two pictures - one of handing over of makss to Hamela, the Headtecaher of Chilimba Secondary School and the other of learners sporting the new masks distributed. The masks are made from cloth and reusable.
2. Schools opened recently and further to that, we have tasked Moses Phulusa to hold a meeting of the eLearning committee to select a date for a training session at our eLearning center. The trainer is ready to provide his services during the weekend, as he works as an educator during the week. Once we hear back from the commitee, we will swiftly arrange a training session.
Very many thanks for your continued support and we will continue updating you with the progress made. Do follow our facebook page "Abundance Worldwide" where we provide more regular updates.
Ruth hands over masks to Hamela, the Headteacher