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Kuwala Christian Girls School
Stories from the Field
Kuwala Going Mobile with student on the back of the parent's motorbike

Goin’ home, going mobile.

The girls are off to their homes for a two-week break with the expectation that they focus daily on a two-hour study time. They will have school work, and there is an opportunity to connect with other girls in their village, compare and share what they have learned, and exchange ideas. Parents arrive on motorbikes to pick up their daughters, who are excited to go home for the break. The motorbike is the mode of transportation in Malawi.

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Kuwala Girls first road trip out into wild Africa

All aboard, a road trip.

The girls were excited to participate in their first trip off-campus. They had a good break from their studies and enjoyed a bus trip to a nearby river where they could rejoice in the natural environment as friends. They had time to relax and dance. They also appreciated a quick stop at a nearby village. The village children were happy and inspired to see our students.

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Kuwala students solving quadratic equation on chaulkboard

Education for life

Do you remember learning quadratic equations in school? It is one of the many mathematical problems the students are learning. They are progressing well in their studies; the girls also spend time with their teachers in the evenings for more problem solving on the chalkboard at the campus. Study time is taken seriously, and they do not take the opportunity to learn for granted. They have their sights set on the National Exams at the end of Form 4 next year.

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Image of Kuwala's second greenhouse construction. Frame of greenhouse is being installed

Keeping connected across 14,000 kilometres.

It’s been a few years since the first shovels went into the ground on a piece of land in rural Malawi. Today, not only does Kuwala have the infrastructure, a complete water and sewer system, electricity, solar power, well-constructed buildings on a spacious campus, sixty girls attending school, five teachers and staff, a greenhouse producing vegetables and an orchard bearing fruit. How do we manage all of this halfway around the globe?

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Image of Kuwala Outside Easter Service

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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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.