Llwindi festival in Chikanta
Macha Works presents the idea to implement a community wide local grid based on bio-gas to Chief Chikanta during the annula Llwindi festival. The lack of access to electricicity is presented as a key inhibitor for development of the community of Chikanta during the festival.
My class at MICS
The first school pictures of the 6 grades at MICS are there. The school grows each year significantly and next year the first grade 7 graduates will start the year. Time to visualise the kids of MICS within the various grades.
Nurse Training project expands
The UK donor THET has awarded 20K£ to NHS Education for Scotland. NHS partners with Macha Works to expand the Nurse Training project to NTS Chitambo, Chipata and other NTS in Zambia. The first grant enables us to train local heroes from Chitambo in basic ICT skills.
MICS expansion takes off
The Waterloo Foundation from the UK has confirmed to donate £58,162 for internet connectivity at 6 rural schools euro in Macha and Mukinge. Waterloo Foundation is the first large English private fund that support Macha Works. A great success for our UK partner Computer Aid.