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   Opportunities : General Assistance
BEAUTIFUL KIDS

The above mentioned beneficiary received (photo on the right):

2 x Pasta(30kg)
1 x Maize(50kg)
1 x Spagetti(30kg)
1 x Rice(50kg)




Updated: 2013-04-09

MτRESON SCHOOL

The above mentioned beneficiary received (photo on the left):

6 x Pasta (30kg)
1 x Maize (50kg)
1 x Spaghetti (30kg)
1 x Rice (50kg)





Updated: 2013-04-09

ONYOSE TRUST

The above mentioned beneficiary received (photo on the right):

4 x Pasta(30kg)
1 x Maize(50kg)
1 x Spaghetti(30kg)
1 x Rice(50kg)




Updated: 2013-04-09

Lebensschule for disable children – Rehoboth

The following beneficiary/s received dry food & (MMCT Clothing)

Ms Kathy Hampe (081 261 1313)

Lebensschule for disable children – Rehoboth

1 x 50kg Maize
1 x 50kg Rice
1 x 30kg Spaghetti
3 x 30kg Pasta

MMCT contribution – Toys & clothing

Updated: 2012-11-15

AFM Church Sunday School Department – Rehoboth

The following beneficiary/s received dry food & (MMCT Clothing)

Ms Milly Bock 081 299 0391 or (Ms Hanna-Lora 081 804 4981)

AFM Church Sunday School Department – Rehoboth 1 x 50kg Maize
1 x 50kg Rice
1 x 30kg Spaghetti
3 x 30kg Pasta

MMCT contribution – Clothing

Updated: 2012-11-15

STEPHANUS HOSTEL IN DORDABIS

These tourists, Tim & Teri McKewen from the Fellowship of the Woodlands Church in Texas, together with the help of the Michelle McLean Children Trust donated 90 mattresses, food as well as clothing to the Stephanus Hostel in Dordabis.




Updated: 2012-11-15

Havana Informal Settlement

The following beneficiary received dry food & (MMCT clothing & kitchenware)

Mr Johannes Amutenya (Cell: 081 725 2020) (NB! Johannes in red t-shirt with his friends)

Havana Informal Settlement

Shack burned down on 9 October, Tuesday 2012. (Namibian front page – 10 October 2012 – Wednesday)

1 x 50kg Maize
1 x 50kg Rice
1 x 30kg Spaghetti

MMCT contribution – clothing & kitchenware.

Updated: 2012-10-16

Okahandja Informal settlement

The following beneficiary/s received dry food & (MMCT clothing & kitchenware)

Mr Simon Kandondo – coordinator for 5 families (Cell: 081 360 1186)

Okahandja Informal settlement
Shacks burned down of 5 families on 7 October 2012, 05:00 am Sunday morning

1 x 50kg Maize
2 x 30kg Spaghgettie
4 x 30kg Pasta
MMCT donated clothing & kitchenware.

Article in Monday, 8 October 2012 – The Namibian

Updated: 2012-10-08

Chrizelda Mbeurira Tjijahura

Ms Chrizelda Mbeurira Tjijahura`s shack burnt down in the Havana Informal Settlement yesterday morning.

Articles in the Namibian & Newera this morning.

MMCT donated clothing, blankets & kitchenware, as well as, 2 x 50kg Maize & 2 x 30kg Spaghetti from Namib Mills.








Updated: 2012-08-16

USAKOS PRIVATE HOSTEL

4 bags of 50 kg Maize & 4 bags of 30 kg Spaghetti donated by Namib Mills. MMCT donated sugar(3 x 12.5kg), rice(15 x 2kg), soup(3 x Box60) and flower(4 x 12,5kg). The clothing and toys was donated by various donors, kitchen-ware from @Home, Maerua Mall and nappies and linen from a donor from Sweden. Ms Sofia Sem is responsible to take care of the 71 children with 4 care takers. (29 Boys and 42 Girls, ages 3 – 16)















Updated: 2012-05-11

OTJOMUISE PROJECT SCHOOL - GARDEN PROJECT

50 kg Maize, 30 kg Spaghetti, 1 bag of shoes & 2 bags of clothing donated! Dry food donated by Namib Mills.















Updated: 2012-05-11

OMUSATI PRE-SCHOOL & DAY CARE CENTRE

50 kg Maize & 30 kg Spaghetti was donated to the Pre-School & Day Care Centre. Thank you to Namib Mills for the donations.















Updated: 2012-05-11

ELCIN Head Office in Oniipa

General Donation received from Ms Samantha Pieterse from Gerdes Uniwear on the 22 November 2011. Donation consisted of 7 bags, 16 boxes of clothing/shoes. As well dry food (480 kg) from Namib Mills. All this donated to ELCIN Head Office in Oniipa will be distributed to the surrounding community, including clinics which will benefit from the donation.

In the photo, Ms Selma Shejavali (Trustee at the MMCT) and a church leader in the North, Rev Halolye A Nashhihanka.

Updated: 2012-05-11


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