Posts Tagged ‘schools’

Prebendal School in the UK raises money for Malawi children

Posted on 22 Mar 2013 at 4:58pm

PUPILS from the Prebendal School in Chichester have raised money for Malawi children.

The school’s concert band performed at St Richard’s Church, in Slindon, on March 2, in aid of the Nick Webber Trust, which helps street children in Malawi.

More than £1,300 was raised, and a further £500 by selling cakes and glow sticks.

The charity was set up in memory of Nick Webber, a 28-year-old lawyer who died in a car crash while working in Malawi as a volunteer lawyer. St Richard’s was his local church.

This term, Year 8 pupils Imogen Ashby, Catherine Dickinson, Joseph…

US Universities to Offer Malawi 100 Scholarships Annually

Posted on 24 Jan 2013 at 9:27am

Malawi will in the next few years partner with ten international universities that will be offering 100 scholarships to Malawian students each year.

Founder of a United States of America charity organisation 100 X Development Foundation Lindy Blanchard told Zodiak Online that the initiative will bring together various universities together from the USA.

Ms Blanchard spoke in Lilongwe when her organisation offered scholarships to three girls to study in the United States of America.

“Our organisation has noted with concern that there are so many challenges in the country’s education…

Martha Meals and Malawi – Part 2

Posted on 31 Dec 2012 at 1:22pm

Second part of the vide of a nine-year-old, who made the headlines when they tried to ban her school dinners blog, she wents to Malawi

Madonna Announces Completion of 10 Schools in Malawi in Partnership with buildOn

Posted on 27 Dec 2012 at 3:47pm



(NEW YORK, December 27, 2012) — As part of Madonna’s ongoing commitment to support orphans and vulnerable children in poverty stricken Malawi, ten primary schools have been completed that will serve to educate 4,871 children. These schools are located in rural villages across Malawi and are a result of the partnership between Madonna, her charity Raising Malawi and the global nonprofit buildOn.  The ten schools, which were scheduled to be built over 18 months, have been completed six months ahead of schedule. Six of the schools are already in use and all ten will be up and running in January 2013 for the first day of school…