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Funding has been spent on the borehole maintenance next to Mutu school, following the initial repairs that were made in June 2012. 

The JCT received donation of 200 packets of soya flour 2kg each from the Evangelical Assemblies of God Lilongwe to feed the orphans and vulnerable and was distributed to Lilongwe and Mangochi centres.

200 packets of soya flour 2kg each from the Evangelical Assemblies of God




This is a graduation ceremony at Mutu primary school, Lilongwe where final exams results were published and the children spent the afternoon playing games and celebrating for the selection of children into different classes.

The school had six children selected to join secondary school/high school - 2 boys and 4 girls. The JCT is continually encouraging and supporting girls to continue with their higher level education.

School time

The below is taken in the class room where children are enjoying normal lesson time at the school.

lessons in the school

The currency devaluation of the Malawian kwacha (49%) has resulted in the JCT trying to cater for significant increases in the cost of basic items for the foundation such as procurement of flour for all centers and plant seed.

JCTUK looking into cost of acquiring grinder.

With funding from Evangelical Assemblies of God the JCT has embarked with a programme to support computer training to the children on a weekly basis.  In order for the children to succeed in this technological world, it is imperative they are educated about technology at any early age and have access to computers at grassroots level.


Computer training


Due to the challenges and problems that were being caused by not having accommodation for carers at each of our four feeding centers (Chitipa, Nsanje, Mangochi and Lilongwe), a large proportion of funding and donations have been used to build these houses.  This enable the carers to be residential at the centers, providing easy communication and preparation for the children.

Below is a picture of Michael doing his ‘Bob the Builder’ impression at the Lilongwe feeding center.


Michael doing his ‘Bob the Builder’ impression


With the relevant Health Association guidance the JCT built an effective sanitation system for the Mangochi center in order to maintain a high level of hygiene due the amount of congestion from so many children attending on a weekly basis.



With funding from the Evangelical Assemblies of God (Brazil) the JCT bought paints and painted all of the classrooms at the Mutu School.

Below is a picture of Michael at the Mutu School.


Michael at the Mitu school

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We are currently looking for individuals or teams of runners willing to take part in a number of fundraising events during September – November, including the Wolf Run, Bristol Half Marathon, Cardiff 10k or Half Marathon and Birmingham Half Marathon.

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…to Julia Beamud, illustrator who published Miss Escotofina in 2013, has once again very kindly dedicated her time exclusively to the JCT for new a book titled La pandilla Natilla and the Puchi's missing shoe which is an amazing children’s story available for purchase at a cost of £6.99.

Every single penny of the proceeds from the sale of Julia’s books will be donated directly to the foundation.

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Cheltenham Half Marathon, 25th September 2016

The JCT is being supported by runners taking part in the forthcoming Cheltenham Half Marathon which is taking place on Sunday 25th September 2016 and we have a number of places available -

The foundation will cover your entry fee and all we ask for in return is to raise a minimum of £150 in sponsorship

If you would like to get involved, please email for a runner registration form and instructions -

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