On the 3rd
March, Motec member Mr. Sanjay Z.
Baldota Consultant Breast & Oncoplastic Surgeon
is talking part in the Walkie Talkie Tower Climb for GOSH.
This involves walking (or running) the steps to the summit of
one of London’s most recognisable landmarks, 20 Fenchurch
Street – affectionately known as the ‘Walkie Talkie’ building –
to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's
Charity (GOSH Charity) & Motec.
‘Feel the burn over 36 floors and 828 steps before being
rewarded at the top with a glass of fizz and spectacular
360-degree views of London from the Sky Garden’
The first £250 raised will be donated to GOSH but Sanjay is
donating all donations beyond £250 to Motec, so Motec will
collect all the donations through My Donate and then pass £250
Donations collected beyond £250 will be put towards Breast
Surgery projects in Ghana by Motec teams.
Click on the banner below to visit
the My Donate page. Thank you,
Well done girls
Motec members Linda &
Elaine Bigham will be braving the cold to walk 20k
around our capital city to raise funds for our
charities latest project of building a new school in Nankese Abisim, Ghana -'The Schools and Health
Foundation Project in Ghana'.
Linda & Elaine have been members of Motec for many
years and are passionate about the charity and all
it stands for. Their working visits to Ghana are awe
inspiring and humbling.
Linda is now retired from her work in orthopaedics
and Elaine has taught children.
Setting out from Southwark, past Tower Bridge, we
head west along the River taking in many of the
capitals' famous landmarks. At halfway it's our rest
stop in Vauxhall where we stock up on snacks before
heading back to base camp for a finish line medal, a
welcome hot meal & drinks.
The route: www.londonwinterwalk.com/the-challenge/route
To donate to this
fantastic project please click the MyDonate banner
below, Thank you.
out more about the project - Supporting able and
disabled children in Ghana
Motec link NGO in Holland
'WE PLAY' close to completion of a children's
library in Sierra Leone. This was disclosed by Mr
Ralph Welcker the Director of the Dutch
Motec is collaborating
with 'WE PLAY' for a children's playground at Abisim
Nankese in Ghana.
In the meantime, the
school building project at Abisim Nankese with
School and Health of Ireland is always progressing
The Ofori-Ata family has
sponsored all the brick work required for the
building and hopes to move to the next stage which
has been discussed with Mr John Mitchel the Chief
Executive of School Health.
Your donation towards all
the projects both in Sierra Leone and Ghana will
Sod Cutting Ceremony
For Nankese-Abisim M/A Primary & K. G Streams.