Phoebe was born in Saint John’s hospital in Mzuzu in the 1997 and is the last born in the family of 4 – 2 brothers and a sister. She lives with both parents in Mzuzu, where they both do business, but originally is from Ntcheu, central Malawi.
She did her primary education at Viyele primary school in Mzuzu and secondary education at Lilongwe Girls’ Secondary School. She finished her form 4 in 2014 at Luwinga secondary school in Mzuzu.
Then she did computer studies at Lusekero School of computing, Ungweru organisation for some months in Mzuzu, the same year 2014. Later in 2015, she was selected to go to Domasi College of Education for a Diploma in education sciences majoring Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, and she finished in 2018 and graduated in 2019.
Phoebe joined Wells for Zoë in March 2019, where she maintains the website databases during the week and on Saturdays teaches the Wells for Zoë Girl Child Students. In the week days, just to mention a few of the things she does: entering pump installations data, pump servicing data, uploading pictures to flicker and IDs to spreadsheets, typing reports and distributing them.
“But I still make sure that I find time to prepare for Saturday lessons.”
“I am really grateful to be working with Wells for Zoë, because I am learning a lot of new skills like how to work with people and most importantly am improving my teaching skills.”