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Welcome to MOET School – from Headmaster & Director,
Come for a tour of the school:
Filmed some years ago by late friend of MOET School, Paul Gotterson
MOET School needs your help…
What MOET needs:
Funds to pay for basic costs:
Funds to pay for improvements:
Doesn’t the government provide free primary education?
This is true but government-run primary school class sizes are very large (around 100 pupils) and it is invariably the orphans who slip through the net and drop out – exactly the ones who need help and support most.
The emotional trauma for children who have lost one or both parents is usually compounded by physical and social deprivation – inadequate food, water, sanitation, health and education.
We believe the best strategy for sustaining the lives of these children is by giving them an education with supportive guardian involvement and training to equip them with the skills to help them when they leave school.
In what way is the MOET school ‘sustainable’?
MOET is partially self-sustaining and this is significant in a country which is one of the poorest in the world. By producing and selling its own goods in the local community the school is reducing the amount of dependency on donations from outside.