McCabe News

Stories present and past from the life of McCabe

Daduwa School

Daduwa is a desperately poor community like so many of the remote villages in Nepal.  A school was built more than 20 years ago with funds from the MET but still facilities are far below the standards we expect in our schools.  Running water and electricity only arrived in the village two years ago, but this has never stopped 400 children attend school daily, dressed in immaculate school uniform. The METs involvement is hands on with regular visits by supporters.  In October 2020 the Very Revd Geoffrey Marshall is taking a tour to Nepal, which will include a full day at…

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Hebron and Beyond

Few Derby people seem to know that about five years ago Derby was officially twinned with Hebron. 22 Derby citizens travelled to Israel/Palestine in early…

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Children Supported by you and the MET

In each Newsletter we hope you will meet one of the children supported by an organization which receives financial help from the donations you make…

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Jeel Al Amal celebrates a new 4th floor

The building of the fourth floor at Jeel al Amal school comes with the launching of theComprehensive School Upgrading Program of fifteen schools in the…

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Christmas Appeal Update

Najwa, at Jeel al Amal Boys Home in Bethany, would like to thank McCabe supporters for their very generous response to our Christmas appeal. The…

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Where does the MET money go?

We plan that most of MET’s income comes from the £15 donation that our pilgrims pay on the invoice for their trip and this is…

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Donations Update

The MET delivered donations in January when the Introductory Tour for Leaders travelled the Holy Land. The Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre received £5,000 to cover…

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