Current Projects

Current projects


Current projects

Under progress

Kog wheel

School in Mweloushi

With help from Linda and her team from Sweden, MBA is building a school in Mweloushi that will mean a lot for the villagers in this rural area.

Want to know more?

Contact Adamson on shamfutiadamson@gmail.com

Foundation of school building - august 2017, Mweloushi

The foundation of the school building – Mweloushi, aug 2017

Under progress

The rotary doctors building

Visiting doctors from Sweden have played a big part in developing the mission and especially the hospital. The house they used to stay in burned down, so we are now in the process of building new accommodation for these doctors and other visitors.


Want to know more?

Contact Steve on stevepowell.sp1@gmail.com

The rotary doctors building, august 2017

The rotary doctors building – Mission compound, aug 2017

Finished!

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Tiling the wards

Many of the surfaces of the hospital hasn’t been renovated or decorated since construction.

Now all the wards have their floors beautifully tiled thanks to the team from the UK! It’s just the OPD suit and┬ámaternity ward left to go…

Want to know more?

Contact Steve on stevepowell.sp1@gmail.com

The tiled floors of the male ward – Mpongwe Mission Hospital 2017

Under progress


Curtains for the wards

With funding from Friends of Mpongwe, new curtains have been put up in the women’s ward and most of the mens ward at the hospital. This makes a significant difference for the patients environment and privacy.

The curtains are sown by the women in the sowing group and hung up by the workshop.

Want to know more?

Contact Ann on annpowell49@gmail.com

The male ward – Mpongwe Mission Hospital 2017

On hold

Stop hand

Poultry

The patients in the hospital often suffer from malnourishment. In order to provide a variety in their diet, we need an economically smart way of providing eggs.

The project is currently on hold but will continue after the RDB is finished.

Want to know more?

Contact Steve on stevepowell.sp1@gmail.com

The poultry – Mission compound, aug 2017

Under progress


Johansson Christian Academy

In Zambia, education is a key factor in breaking poverty and keeping young girls from child marriages, just to mention a few of the many blessings.

This school which name is dedicated to the first stationary missionary in Mpongwe Anton Johansson, will open in January 2018. The goal for it is to be a modern school with a computer lab and a focus on life skills.

Want to know more?

Contact Adamsson on shamfutiadamson@gmail.com


The school building – Mission compound, aug 2017

Under progress


Beehives

The constructed beehives will be used to produce honey, which will provide a continuous source of income for the mission.

Planned to be put into use in december 2017.

Want to know more?

Contact Edwin on edwin.chipelelo@gmail.com

The beehive construction – Mission workshop, aug 2017

Finished!


Electricity issues

For a long time the electricity bills were payed unevenly among the households and facilities on the mission. A new system is now in place where everyone pays for what they actually use.

Want to know more?

Contact Adamsson on shamfutiadamson@gmail.com

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