Check out Our Moon’s mention in Yale News

We were one of 21 organisations to attend the HALI Indaba in Zimbabwe last week. This was the first time Yale University has united organizations dedicated to providing mentorship and guidance opportunities for high-achieving, low-income (HALI) students from across Africa. “Indaba” is widely used in Africa to mean “gathering”. Conversations included program design, selection criteria […]

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Meet Our Mentors

One fundamental aspect of Our Moon’s work is the one-to-one mentoring support we offer to our scholars through their A-Level studies and university applications. Not only does this help them feel valued and empowered, but it increases the support they receive in applying to higher education. In this week’s blog we introduce you to two […]

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Helen in the States

Partnerships lay at the foundation of Our Moon’s success. In particular, we look to build relationships with universities around the world, who can offer scholarships to talented Zambian students to pursue their education. In return, these students are constantly looking for ways to contribute back to their society, to bring about positive change. It’s all […]

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Introducing Vic

Ever wondered what it takes to be a charity trustee? Who can do it and what does it involve? The topic of trusteeship, and what being a good charity trustee requires, has recently been a hot topic for the media. There has also been growing discussion around the idea of getting younger people involved as charity […]

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Meet Helen!

Our Moon is made up of a small team of volunteers and trustees who are passionate about seeing young African students succeed in education. We have a wide variety of roles from research and social media, to fundraising and mentoring students. In the next series of blogs we’ll be introducing you to the team, starting […]

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