May 27, 2017: Over 300 students arrived at APU this morning to write entrance exams. If you are interested in sponsoring one of these young ladies, please contact Executive Director Christie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our Sponsorship Page. Sponsorship costs $85/month or $1000 per year. Please help these young ladies become the next change makers in Read more about New Students in Need of Sponsors[…]
Congratulations to the 23 APU graduates from our 2016 graduating class for being selected for UNIVERSITY! We are all so very proud of your accomplishments! Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources Bertha Kachidutwsa – Bachelor of Science in Animal Science Memory Kadewere – Bachelor of Science in Soil Science Joy Mwale – Bachelor of Read more about APU Graduates Get Accepted to University![…]
Although this article was written back in 2015, we wanted to share it with you. It highlights what a fantastic role model that Memory is for our girls at APU: by Caroline Somanji, The Nation, January 11 2015 She embarked on a journey to establish a prestigious institution in one of the rural settings in the Read more about An Interview with APU Co-Founder, Memory Mydetseni’s[…]
Rotarian Barrie Orich joined APU Director & Rotarian Pat Kiloran on his tour to our school in November of 2016. The following article highlights some of the trip, in addition to sharing some of the wonderful pictures taken by Pat while in Malawi. BY SCHNARR, J.W. ON JANUARY 29, 2017. City club working with African school J.W. Read more about Rotarians helping to empower female students in Malawi[…]
On November 22nd, Christie Johnson, Executive Director of APU Malawi Education Foundation, presented the following report on the progress of the school and of APU MEF as a Charitable Organization: AGM Nov 2016 Executive Director’s Report Atsikana Pa Ulendo, Malawi Education Foundation states that we ‘give girls a choice’, and that we ‘give girls a voice’. Read more about Executive Director’s 2016 Annual Report[…]
APU teacher, Wyson Ndhlovu, at the University of Lethbridge: Travelling halfway around the world to take classes in the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Education has opened Wyson Ndhlovu’s eyes to the possibilities. Now, he looks to bring this new world of potential to his homeland and create opportunities for the young Malawi girls he Read more about APU Teacher sees new possibilities through University of Lethbridge studies[…]
In response to the plight of extremely hungry families, APU (Girls on the Move) Girls’ School in Malawi has developed a project that will provide work—the building of a needed access road at the school—that will help families buy food. Your donation will be used for wages, which will enable these families to buy enough Read more about Food for Work – APU Famine Relief Project[…]
This is the video taken of Memory’s keynote address at the Rotary District 5360 Conference held in Lethbridge in 2014.