Kuwala Christian Girls School
Malawi girls walking in the community to help plant trees

Your invitation to learn more about an inspiring service trip to Malawi, Africa.

Save the Date: 27-September-23

Location: Zoom Call, 7:00 PM (CST)

During this Zoom session, you will have the opportunity to discover the various ways you can make a difference through our service trip planned for June 2024.

This service trip promises to be an adventure of a lifetime filled with opportunities for personal growth, cultural immersion, and making a lasting impact on the lives of those in need.

If you are interested in learning more about our service trip to Kuwala in Malawi and discovering how you can become part of this incredible
journey, please let us know by responding to this email or contacting us at

Once you express your interest by email, we will send you the Zoom link to join our informative session on September 27th. We look forward to having you at our Zoom session, where we can explore this incredible journey together. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need further information.

Some of the exciting service opportunities we have identified so far include:

  • Innovative Art Program: Empower students through creative expression and artistic development.
  • Computer Technology Setup: Assist in bringing essential digital resources to Kuwala.
  • Vocational Skills Development: Help students acquire valuable skills for a brighter future.
  • Sustainability Projects: Contribute to initiatives that promote sustainable living and environmental consciousness.

Why we do this

All girls at Kuwala come from extreme poverty.  These girls are most at risk of pregnancy and child marriage.  Our Canadian charity provides tuition for each girl in Malawi to receive a quality education in a safe environment. Our progress is working. 

We are growing futures. 

Kuwala students in the water in Lake Malawi with empty pop bottles testing out the life jacket made with the empty bottles.

Fun in the sun, Lake Malawi

The Form 1 and 3 students enjoyed a year-end field trip to Kabumba Beach on Lake Malawi. For many of these girls, it was the first time outside their rural area and to a lake. The bus trip was buzzing with many conversations and laughter, and the anticipation of the day’s activities was exciting.

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Kuwala students outside throwing their grad caps in the air

Hats off, hope and success – all the best to Grad 2023!

Saturday, June 17, marked the Graduation Celebration at Kuwala, as the 26 students showcased their talents! Presentations of their poetry verses and spoken presentations highlighting the various subjects they studied this year also included the singing from the Class Choir and drama presentations of the girls’ career aspirations.

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Canadian delegates visit beautiful Malawi!

Canadian Board Delegates Enjoy Inspirational Visit to Kuwala: A Celebration of Education, Talent, and Unity. The Canadian Board delegates embarked on an awe-inspiring journey during their remarkable three-day visit to Kuwala.

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The Maize Milling Centre is operational.

The Brook Family Maize Milling Centre opened, and the first villagers arrived to test it. Not only will the maize mill provide Kuwala with a means to produce flour to feed over 150 students, staff and workers, but it will provide much-needed relief to many surrounding communities that already support Kuwala.

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