Bishop Mackenzie International Schools assist Kauma thunderstorms victims

Bishop Mackenzie International Schools  (BMIS)  on Friday donated various relief items to thunderstorms victims at Kauma and Tsoka Nkanasi villages in the area of traditional authority Chitukula in Lilongwe.

BMIS students handing over the relief to fellow learners

BMIS students handing over the relief to fellow learners

Presenting the relief to the kids

Presenting the relief to the kids

Heavy rains and thunderstorms hit the area on January 2, 2015, leaving 5,000 people homeless.

BMIS head teacher Janette Johnson said her school was “very concerned “when they learnt about the devastation.

“We asked our students for donations and their parents gave us the required money. Let us take this opportunity to thank parents of these students for the gesture,” said Johnson.

Member of Parliament for the area David Bisnowaty commended BMIS for the donations saying the assistance will go a long way in assisting the orphans and the vulnerable.

Bisnowaty said people in the area are suffering following the devastation.

“You are a friend indeed and let me ask other organizations to emulate what you have done,” said Bisnowaty.

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9 thoughts on “Bishop Mackenzie International Schools assist Kauma thunderstorms victims”

  1. nazimbiri says:

    GOOD JOB,BIS

  2. Uncle Thom says:

    BMIS Imeneyi?mwatenga timapikinini bwanji.

  3. Ana amuna a mphongo says:

    BMIS woyee. Anatiyiwala kuno kwa Kauma chifukwa cha lower shire. Thanks Hon. Bisnowaty MP keep it up. Look for more support.

  4. Agogo says:

    Ambuye akudaliseni ana abwino inu.zabwino zonse pa maphunziro anu maka kwa inu mutalembe mayeso otsiliza chaka chino

  5. Mack Banda says:

    Kudos to BMIS and Hon Bisnowaty

  6. bongozozo says:

    The last time I checked Bishop Mackenzie was a very big school. Where are the other students? The pictures captured do not represent BM well. Or should we really say these were the ones who came out to assist? They should have done better.

  7. Kavalo says:

    Sorry, wrong post.

  8. Kavalo says:

    Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinner. …..Once a global trotter, always one. Petty issues.

  9. Mlomo says:

    viva David Bisnowaty, Viva BMIS for assisting the survivors at Kauma

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