Every month the Canadian board members put together a newsletter to bring to you what’s happening at the Kuwala Campus in Malawi. This is your chance to see how the school is progressing month after month and the direct results your donation is having on the impact of teenage girls in Africa.
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It’s the time of the year to give and receive thanks.
This is the last edition of the newsletter for 2021. We will continue in 2022 with new stories from the field. In this edition, Kuwala gives back to the elders from neighbouring villages with Christmas hampers. As the we say good-bye to 2021, we welcome to the campus another group of students starting in Jan-22.
Green and growing.
This is the Christmas version of the newsletter just before the students break for the seasonal holidays in Malawi. Girls are doing a little spring cleaning-early we might add to leave the campus clean for the holiday. St. Peter’s Assembly Hall is getting ceiling lights and a gas main for the commercial kitchen installed this month.
International Day of the Girl Child.
In this edition, the students journey to Savannah beach on Lake Malawi. The debating club is in the zone, with Green and Red teams showing off their colours. October is the month of Thanksgiving; to give thanks, the girls show off their larger-than-life handcrafted card.
A strong focus on learning
In this fall edition, the girls are back and using computers as a study tool. Huge crowds showed up for the entrance exams, and construction on St. Peter’s Assembly Hall is more than just bricks and mortar.
Goin’ home, going mobile
The Kuwala girls are taking a break and going home for the end of the summer for a few weeks.
In this issue, we meet the culinary team and they share their life story. The students continue to pay it forward by visiting the village as part of their Outreach program.
All aboard, a road trip.
Our Kuwala girls step into Africa’s wild countryside on their first-ever road trip. Also in this issue, you will learn how the students’ commitment to give back results in pints of blood. Come read with us as McSensio Raphael discusses what Kuwala means to him personally.
Education for life.
In this issue, we are showcasing quadratic equations, William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, and Sports Days—all study and no play is not much fun!
We are keeping connected over 14,002 km.
In this issue, we explore some of the ways we stay connected to our Malawian team in order to bring you monthly updates.
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.
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International Women’s Day.
In March, around the world, we recognized International Women’s Day. Together, we can celebrate the accomplishments at Kuwala Christian Girls School, where young girls are on their way to achieving an education that will lift them towards a better life.
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