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School Visits Day Two

Posted by Machelle Beilke on

(internet has been out so I'm send this out a couple days after the fact) School Visits Day 2: School in the Bush Our day began with a 2-3 hour drive to Champhanji, a school definitely in the bush. We rode with Nancy, Dr Chilenji, and Rev. Peter Chipeta, the Education Director for...

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Visiting Schools in the Bush

Posted by Machelle Beilke on

The day began with a drive out by the Malawi border. We visited Kaponga Hills -- a school I have visited twice before. The school built houses for government teachers and now they have one teacher from the government as well as Mr. Mtonga (who has been at the school many years) and a...

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The Road to Lundazi

Posted by Machelle Beilke on

Hi everyone We were up early and on the road by 7:30 this morning. Our traveling companions included Nancy, our friends Reverend Gerald Phiri and Reverend Kondwani Nkhoma, her 4 year old granddaughter Joyce, one of Dr Chilenge's son's, Daniel, and an older couple Mr. and Mrs. Banda. Dr...

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Visiting Schools

Posted by Machelle Beilke on

Monday July 8 - Visiting schools after the training Rebecca and I got to visit two schools where several teachers attended training. The first stop was Chawama where three of the eight teachers attended. Two of the three had really taken to heart what they had learned. Rebecca...

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Final Day of the Conference

Posted by Machelle Beilke on

Its been really encouraging hearing from so many of you. Yes my ankle improves everyday. In fact, the right one I sprained feels better than my left one I broke three years ago and have developed arthritis in it. Thank you for asking... Sunday: Usually when the power goes out it comes back...

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