Kuwala Christian Girls School
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.

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Spring has sprung

Kuwala celebrated an exceptional Easter Sunday! The students and staff were lead by a meaningful sermon from the Pastor, refreshments and an opportunity to gather in small groups. There was a special singing presentation from the girls, and everyone enjoyed a fresh-baked bun and a soft drink! These special events are a rare opportunity for the students.

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You are invited to some Zoom Christmas cheer sponsored by Kuwala.

Join us live from Malawi for holiday Christmas cheer and an update on Kuwala.

Mark the 6th of December on your calendar and join a zoom call for an intimate 45 to 60-minute Zoom meeting where members from our Canadian and Malawian boards will discuss the importance of investing in girls’ education and how the Kuwala Christian Girls School is creating opportunities. Mr. Mark Kinzel is your event moderator representing the Kuwala Canadian board.

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Topic: Kuwala 2020 update: Dec 6, 2020, 10:30 AM CST. Winnipeg
Join Zoom Meeting by clicking on the link below.

Our special guests from our Malawian board: Memory Chazeza, Henry Mdyetseni, will discuss our progress at the school and the impact Kuwala is having on the students’ lives.  Esther Kawale is a former student who will talk about what education has done for her and the importance of providing structure found within the education system and educating girls to break the cycle of poverty.

The Canadian board will add to the discussion with projections for 2021. We hope you can join us for some holiday cheer and learn about the Kuwala Christain Girls School’s excellent work in Malawi.

Remember the date: 6-Dec-20 at 10:30 am/CST

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

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