Kondwani was one of our early scholarship recipients. Today this young woman, seen here as a shy secondary school student many years ago, is a Teacher.
Malawi - three new students starting their secondary education at a girls boarding school.
Zimbabwe- Three secondary students
George went to teacher's training after secondary school and today is a teacher in the school system.
We donated E-Readers to two girls boarding schools. Seen here, the teacher going over with the class how the e-readers will be used.
My partner Symon from Children in the Wilderness with Deborah who had just heard that she had been accepted at the University of Malawi.
2019 - we had a large intake of secondary school scholarship recipients this year. Can't wait to see what they go on to accomplish.
Chifundo, who did well at secondary school, was hired to work at a safari camp on the strength of his grades (and winning personality) and today is a trained guide.
A meeting with a group of students one Sunday afternoon. The beautiful massive tree served as seats for us all.
Early one morning in Zimbabwe. It was chilly. With Maureen and Sue from Children in the Wilderness who are Rosemary Pencil's partners in Zim and Zambia.
At our after-school program based on the curriculum of the PBS Kids series Design Squad Global. Students loved learning how to be creative and designing things that worked for their local communities.
We launched a publication written by students, researched
and marketed by the students. This was our first effort.
Maria attended secondary school, on our scholarship, went on to teach at primary school then went on to University for further training.
Brian is currently training to be a teacher
Zimbabwe ... with student Robyn.
Zambia - with student Mary who hopes to become a journalist.
Malawi - with my partner for over ten years - Symon, Program Director for Children in the Wilderness
Some of the girls using their new e-readers which contained some Malawi curriculum as well as books to read
Zimbabwe - Michael is a hit with his guitar.
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