On Saturday Oct 30th, our Form 4 class of 101 students celebrated the culmination of four years of secondary schooling at APU, by sitting down together with their teachers for a special meal. The girls had prepared skits, poems, songs and speeches all of which were performed with the gusto and enthusiasm which has been the hallmark of Read more about Congratulations to the Class of 2020![…]
On March 20, in response to increasing numbers of Covid 19 cases in Malawi, APU, along with every other school in the country, was forced to closed our doors and send our students home. During the five long months that we were closed, the news headlines were filled with devastating reports of skyrocketing numbers of Read more about Our Girls Are Back On The Move![…]
Dear supporters of APU, We wanted to give you a brief update on the progress that has been made on the work that was planned as a part of our $235,000 USD ($320,000 CAD) Global Grant from Rotary International The below are images of work that is taking place at APU as we speak. All Read more about Update: Our Progress with the Rotary Global Grant[…]
Listen to the recent interview with APU Co-Founder Memory Chadzeza, who is joined by Co-Founder Christie Johnson and Lead Project Engineer Henry Mdyetseni.
Watch APU-MEF Founder and Executive Director Christie Johnson speak to APU Teachers on one of her recent visits to our school.
Here’s a short video taken by one of our APU alumna following the school’s Monday morning assembly. It’s an impressive sight to see all of our girls and their enthusiasm for learning (on a Monday morning, no less!).
We’re excited to show you these pictures of one of our more recent construction projects—it’s a 2-bedroom single-unit house for teachers. Most of the teachers’ housing consists of large, 3-bedroom duplexes. However, as many of our teachers are single and do not have their families with them, smaller units like this have been designed to Read more about Take a look at our newest teacher’s house![…]
Recently, we received a photo from Memory of the primary school students who have now planted upwards of 400 APU-grown trees in their local community. They are photographed here in front of the Nsalu police station whose grounds, Memory says, have been barren ever since it was first built. This station was once a scene Read more about Primary Students Plant 400+ Trees in Community[…]
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[…]