Moita Bwawani Boys Secondary Boarding School

Moita Bwawani Secondary Boarding School for Boys is a well-established and highly successful school, and we are delighted to be able to send our sponsored boys to this school. Their examination results are outstanding, and we have always been impressed with the teaching standards, and the ambition of the Head Teacher and Deputy Head Teacher. The school is situated out ‘in the bush’, about a one hour off-road drive from Meserani.

The Head Teacher, Kimbele Njake, took the school over in 2010, and has had a massive impact. Our main contact with the school has been Dickson Bundala, the Deputy Head Teacher, and he has assisted us with our project work since 2010.

 The first eleven pupils started at Moita in 2011, and in their National Form Two Examinations in November 2012, the results were excellent, with only one pupil not passing to go through to Form Three. Two of our sponsored pupils completed their secondary education in November 2013, and in July 2014 they both started their two years of A’ Level studies.

In November 2014 ten boys completed their secondary education, and they are currently waiting for their national examination results (due to be published in April/May 2015). Currently, we have sixty-two boys being educated at Moita School.

In 2011 The Meserani Project provided the school with two laptops and an overhead digital projector. In 2012 we provided two 5,000 litre water tanks for the school, which were funded by supporters of the project.

In July 2013 a group of pupils from Acklam Grange School visited Moita School, and donated a consignment of text books for the new library.

In July 2014 three water tanks were provided by four former Acklam Grange pupils, Chloe Winter, James Small, Joe Millar and Tom Dobson, as part of their East Africa Expedition 2014 Project.

In January 2014 The Meserani Project provided Moita School with their first ever whiteboard. The whiteboard was paid for by Andrew Forde, Head Pharmacist at Morrissons, Teesside Park.

In August 2014 two more water tanks and 56 bunk beds were provided. The bunk beds were made by a local engineer from Meserani, and were funded through Diane Swan’s Jewellery Sales.