My name is Ennet Memory Mhlanga and I was born in 1993 at Nkholongo Health Centre in Mzuzu city. I am the first born daughter in a family of 4 children – 2 girls and 2 boys. I started my primary level at Nkholongo School then I was selected to Lupaso Community Day Secondary School. I went to MIRACLE Technical College in the year 2014 to 2016 and studied Information Communication Technology Diploma level under ABMA examination Board.
I joined Ungwelu Organisation and worked with them from September 2016 to December 2017 and I was working as a Computer teacher and a volunteer for a Gender Based violence project. I was also selected to be looking over primary school students who were best scorers in their schools and teach them computer packages so that it should be easy for them when they are selected to several secondary schools.
I went to South Africa to look for better opportunities just because I had visions of upgrading my levels of education but it did not work just because I met a man and we agreed to marry without knowing he was already married. I was dumped by the time I was two months pregnant and I had to work extra hard to find money for the unborn baby and myself. I returned home by the time I was eight months pregnant and when the baby was born I named him Emmanuel.
I joined Wells for Zoe on 24th November 2018 when my baby was just one month old. I started working as a typist and I was given some tasks like entering pump installation details, preschool details and girl child details into the excel spreadsheets we keep in the cloud (which feed our website) and other things information which to be typed. Things have moved on from there and I am a lot more involved in the day-to-day running of things here at WfZ.
I still have both parents and they are local farmers, so as I come from a poor background I share the money I am paid at the end of the month with the whole family and make sure that we have some basic needs at home. Of course I am responsible for everything at home and my baby as well who is now 8 months old (June 2019).
“I thank Wells for Zoë through John and Mary for the care and support they are giving me may God Bless them always.“