A few years old now, but a great video about some of our work in the communities where we work.

Fatima’s started as a community volunteer and became a full time member of the Nema team 3 years ago. She specialises in malaria and HIV and today is off to Ningaia village with the volunteer drama group to do a performance all about how to avoid and treat malaria. She’s already run household workshops where nets were distributed AND recently followed up to check the nets are being used properly. It’s also her home village so she’ll, no doubt, be welcomed with open arms.

Fatima’s started as a community volunteer and became a full time member of the Nema team 3 years ago. She specialises in malaria and HIV and today is off to Ningaia village with the volunteer drama group to do a performance all about how to avoid and treat malaria. She’s already run household workshops where nets were distributed AND recently followed up to check the nets are being used properly. It’s also her home village so she’ll, no doubt, be welcomed with open arms.

Today we’re delivering the “mata fome” (the school food locally called “kill the hunger”) to the children here at Lumuama primary school. School attendance has doubled since we started this project 

Today we’re delivering the “mata fome” (the school food locally called “kill the hunger”) to the children here at Lumuama primary school. School attendance has doubled since we started this project 

Rema is a crucial member of the Nema team. She’s known locally now as “mama wayatima” - mother to the orphans - and is responsible for the well being of 151 orphaned and vulnerable children. She visits them all at least once a week and makes sure they are well cared for by their extended family, are healthy and are attending school while providing them with loving support. 

The new water points in action! :-)

The new water points in action! :-)

Today we had a GREAT meeting with the Nagalue farmers association. They are bursting with enthusiasm and this new association is just about to start their first harvest. 

We’ve just completed installing 5 new water pumps. The communities are incredibly excited and the inauguration of the water points will start next week. HUGE thanks to Global Angels who have funded this project and in doing so has changed thousand people’s lives for the better. 

For the past few days we’ve been working on a really EXCITING proposal which will dramatically improve the access the health in our region. The current Mucojo Health Centre, pictured below, is supposed to serve more than 30,000 people but as you can see has very limited facilities. The Mozambican Health Department has asked Nema to help upgrade these facilities to become a Rural Hospital with an outreach and motorised ambulance service! We are extremely keen to help the Government with this project and are now trying to secure funding.Fingers crossed this dream will come true!

For the past few days we’ve been working on a really EXCITING proposal which will dramatically improve the access the health in our region. The current Mucojo Health Centre, pictured below, is supposed to serve more than 30,000 people but as you can see has very limited facilities. The Mozambican Health Department has asked Nema to help upgrade these facilities to become a Rural Hospital with an outreach and motorised ambulance service! We are extremely keen to help the Government with this project and are now trying to secure funding.

Fingers crossed this dream will come true!

Here is a peak of the barber shop set up by the Mipande association. Last month they made $45 from just this activity using all renewable wind and sun energy!

Here is a peak of the barber shop set up by the Mipande association. Last month they made $45 from just this activity using all renewable wind and sun energy!

Marieke and Assane are busy finalising a new phase of water points - hopefully we’ll be drilling for water before the end of the year. Now, that’s a pretty awesome Christmas present for a community! 

Marieke and Assane are busy finalising a new phase of water points - hopefully we’ll be drilling for water before the end of the year. Now, that’s a pretty awesome Christmas present for a community! 

Introducing Jesse Pavlick, Nema’s Project Manager for the building of this, the first of several Community Health Posts. Jesse and his foreman, Abacar, are going great guns, all the masonry work is now done and the carpenters are working hard to put up the roof before the rains. 
We want to say a very heart felt thank you to Global Angels who have funded this project and been so patient when the start of construction had to be delayed. 

Introducing Jesse Pavlick, Nema’s Project Manager for the building of this, the first of several Community Health Posts. Jesse and his foreman, Abacar, are going great guns, all the masonry work is now done and the carpenters are working hard to put up the roof before the rains. 

We want to say a very heart felt thank you to Global Angels who have funded this project and been so patient when the start of construction had to be delayed. 

Three old Guludo team members; Tam, Charlie and Louise, plus 5 more friends (including 3 past Guludo guests) gallantly ran the run to the Beat half marathon yesterday to raise funds for our scholarship project. Donations are still coming in but it looks like they’re going raise well over $1,000 together.
To support them and this project, please go to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/finalCharityHomepage.action?uniqueVmgCharityUrl=nemafoundation

Three old Guludo team members; Tam, Charlie and Louise, plus 5 more friends (including 3 past Guludo guests) gallantly ran the run to the Beat half marathon yesterday to raise funds for our scholarship project. Donations are still coming in but it looks like they’re going raise well over $1,000 together.

To support them and this project, please go to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/charity-web/charity/finalCharityHomepage.action?uniqueVmgCharityUrl=nemafoundation

We’re now working with over 24,000 people in 15 (and a half!) villages. Here they all are!

We’re now working with over 24,000 people in 15 (and a half!) villages. Here they all are!

Guludo School’s chicken farm is now selling eggs to Guludo Beach Lodge Mozambique - as their income grows they will start buying food for the school feeding project (for 320 kids) from a neighbouring farmers co-op. :-) WELL DONE to Guludo school!!

Guludo School’s chicken farm is now selling eggs to Guludo Beach Lodge Mozambique - as their income grows they will start buying food for the school feeding project (for 320 kids) from a neighbouring farmers co-op. :-) 

WELL DONE to Guludo school!!

VERY exciting news – now the Ningaia school has been built the government have expanded the school from 4 years to 5!! The children in 5th therefore don’t need to walk 2hours to school anymore!! Here are some of the children in 5th year sitting at a school desk for the FIRST time ever!

VERY exciting news – now the Ningaia school has been built the government have expanded the school from 4 years to 5!! The children in 5th therefore don’t need to walk 2hours to school anymore!! Here are some of the children in 5th year sitting at a school desk for the FIRST time ever!

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