Kuwala Christian Girls School
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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Martha a Kuwala student poses in front of a fruit tree in the orchard.

Learning English is essential.

When the girls arrive at Kuwala, their English is limited, but they quickly learn through guidance, teaching, and daily encouragement of oral and written practice. 

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