Kuwala Christian Girls School
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Educating girls in Malawi

We are a team of Canadians partnering with Malawians to provide education to girls with no other options. We operate a girls Christian boarding school in rural Malawi, Africa.быстрый займ на карту срочно

Based on a proven model, we will provide tuition-free education initially to girls from poverty-stricken homes equipping them to graduate, go on to college, or return and help to pull their families out of poverty.

About Malawi

Known as the warm heart of Africa, Malawi is located in south central Africa with the majority of the population being subsistence farmers growing maize for food on small plots of land Malawi.подбор рефинансирование

One of the most Christian dominant communities in Africa, Malawi is also one of the poorest with 50% of the population living below the poverty line and 70% living on less then $1.25 per day 48% of the population is under age 14 with 10 million children under age 20.

Help us build a better future

We are always looking for partners to help us change the lives of girls through education helping them change the lives of their families and their communities. Join us by supporting our capital campaign as we build our school or as a scholarship sponsor for one of our future students.взять авто с пробегом в кредит

Assist with our capital campaign

Phase One is just the start. There is a plan to continue developing the campus. Would you like to learn more about other buildings and projects in the plan? We would welcome the opportunity to set up a discussion or presentation to see how we can engage you.список банков кредит

Please contact us at for more information.

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Trades workshop for students to learn a skill with hand and power tools. Kuwala_2024

Sponsor a girl and give the gift of education

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Form 1 student: Alyssa, Kuwala_2024

Sponsorship covers the cost of educating girls including school fees, uniform, school supplies, safe accommodation on campus, and nutritious food. Sponsoring a girl through school provides hope and helps them achieve their full potential while reducing poverty in Malawi. Educating one girl, saves three lives from кредит банк

Stories from the Field

Challenge Accepted, Kuwala Christian Girls School finishes strong in the Mathematics Olympiad.

What started in 2023 as a strategy to improve students’ math grades ended up being a successful challenge with another secondary school close to Kuwala! Teachers launched the Mathematics Olympiad, a competitive exam that tests students’ concept mastery and mathematical thinking skills. The exams can be a good gauge for topics that need further revision.

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    We are looking for people who truly want to make a measurable difference, who believe in Christian education and who understand that educating girls in Malawi is the “hand up” required to help them and their families escape poverty.


    Our Plan | The Evolution of the School


    Mobilizing like-minded Canadians and aligning with a dedicated team of Malawians, a clear vision was adopted for a boarding school that would provide free, high-quality education in a safe learning environment exclusively for girls from backgrounds of extreme poverty. Kuwala Christian Girls School was born from that vision and has achieved the goal of 120 students – a beacon of light and opportunity in one of the most impoverished areas of Malawi.

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    St. Peter's Assembly Hall


    The year 2021 was a busy construction year. St. Peter’s Assembly Hall interior and exterior was completed and a new commercial kitchen with gas lines to an onsite LNG storage tank system is being installed in late fall.займ 1000 рублей срочно на карту без отказа с 18 лет

    Our campus continues to develop, and the landscape is growing green. This past year, we have added to our facilities: our second staff house, a second student dormitory, second greenhouse, all the while continuing to plant 100’s of trees, our school orchard, and outdoor gardens.

    With the impact of the COVID pandemic, next year in Malawi will see a short, compacted academic year, as the nation strives to realign back to a normal school year beginning in September of 2022. 

    In late 2021 we further developed our marketing capability by creating a digital asset manager to manage our digital assets in a safe and secure manner.


    Power hook up to the National Grid is complete, and lights are installed in the classroom block. This is a significant advancement for the school, allowing for longer study time and a safer campus environment for the girls. займ 1000 рублей срочно на карту без отказа с 18 лет

    Kuwala teacher, McSensio Raphael will move into the newly built Teacher’s house on campus. He will be able to provide consistent communication, pictures, and videos of life and events happening at the school.

    The world braces for Covid19. The Government closes all schools in Malawi. The students and staff return home until the pandemic is over, and it is safe to resume studies and life on campus.


    The start of the new year was busy. Steps for the two-story Water Tower are complete. Construction begins on the St. Peter’s Assembly Hall and our first grant is received from the Manitoba Council for International Cooperation (MCIC) for the future development of the first Greenhouse on Campusзайм онлайн срочно

    A pumping system and pumping station house are installed. Perimeter fencing is constructed around the perimeter of the campus to provide additional security for the students, staff and facilities. Construction begins on the first Teacher’s house on campus. Having a teacher live on campus provided community for the girls, all of whom are without family while attending school. Presently, a Housemother lives in the Hostel with the girls. The school hires a Nurse to visit to provide health talks and treatments. A tree-planting program, landscaping and an abundant outdoor Community garden is producing a greener landscape. This is in stark contrast to the barren lands of Malawi. Survival and hunger have stripped the trees and foliage in search for firewood. The first harvest of tomatoes and greens happened in the Community garden tended by the students.

    The first marketing campaign for the school is launched. The “Soul Lifting” Gift Catalogue goes out for the Christmas Season, encouraging the support for gifts that will significantly impact the school. Starvation in the communities surrounding the school is significant as they await the harvest from the fields. Our partners in Malawi and the school provide bags of flour to the communities, providing the bridge to sustain them until the harvest. The compassion shown by our students and staff significantly impacts the communities surrounding Kuwala.


    The first Hostel for 60 girls is constructed. Each bedroom is equipped with two sets of bunk beds. For many of these girls, it will be the first time they will sleep on a mattress and blanket. The Hostel also provides bathrooms and showers. Again, for many of these girls, the first time they will have a flushing toilet and running water.займ по паспорту без справок в день обращения

    Construction on a two-story water tower is started and built to provide a workshop on the main floor and offices and administration on the second floor. A septic system and sewer system are complete with the capacity to fulfill the needs of the long-term vision and potential size of the school.

    In preparation for the opening of the first class at Kuwala, a three-room classroom block and a temporary kitchen and dining hall are completed. September 9th – Kuwala opens its doors to the first 60 girls to begin classes in Term 1; the Canadian equivalent of Grade 9. These girls have been chosen through an interview process from hundreds of girls wishing to attend secondary school. Most are from rural areas and all from impoverished socioeconomic backgrounds and families experiencing extreme poverty. The girls receive a uniform in the school’s colours of blue and yellow. Desks arrive as well as school supplies and textbooks. The girls move into the Hostel to live on campus during the school year. They receive three meals a day and have the responsibility of daily chores and homework. Weekends are scheduled for laundry, study, sports, community activities, Church and worship.

    The Scholarship Sponsor Campaign begins. $100.00 a month/$1200.00 year provides education, housing and meals for one girl at Kuwala. An Accounting program established for both the Malawian and Canadian Board provides consistent, transparent communication and tracking of all the programs for the school. Dr. Allan Jones, an Optometrist with Canadian Vision Care, a registered Canadian Charity, visits the school. Dr. Jones provided free eye exams for the girls and provided free glasses for those who required glasses.

    Solar panels are installed on the dormitory, providing light to the girls in the evening for their study time.