We are so proud of Elliot Felix Matias who graduated from Chancellor College at the University of Malawi in December 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in Education Languages
Limbani, on left, has been accepted by the Malawi University of Science and Technology to study Information Technology. Deborah (in red dress on right) is at University of Malawi studying Psychiatric Health.
2019 – Elliot in his final year at University of Malawi pursuing a degree in Education Languages. Hopes to go on and do his Masters.
Andrew is now a journalist with Zodiak Broadcasting. He is a regular reporter on the radio.
Maria is at the University in Mzuzu studying for a degree in Languages in Education.
Noah is now working as a School Librarian.
Emmanuel completed his education and has been hired by Central African Wilderness Safaris to train as a Guide
June 2017. Many of our students have gone on to further education or training or are in the workforce. From left to right: Andrew, in his final year studying journalism; Elliot doing a BA in Humanities and who plans to get his Masters in Special Education; Debora at the University of Malawi studying Mental Health; Prisca studying Tourism and Charles who has become an Accounta
Debora representing her community at the local Youth Parliament. She is currently at University.
June 2017. Simon on right (standing here with our partner Symon from Children in the Wilderness). Simon is our first student to go to the Malawi University of Science and Technology to study Geo Information and Earth Observation Science.
Alinafe, our former student who attended New Era, currently in training for a diploma in Tourism and Hotel Management.
After four years of secondary school on our scholarship program, Mercy went to the College of Health Sciences training in dentistry. One of the very few women to do so.
Chifundo has trained with Wilderness Safaris since leaving school. He went on to study Conservation and Environmental Education at the Southern African Wildlife College.
Chimemwe, in his chef’s hat, working at the Parliament building in Lilongwe where all the MPs have lunch!
Laston (left) trained to be a teacher and is waiting a school assignment from the Government
Debora with Symon of Children in the Wilderness. All her hard work had paid off and she was accepted to attend the University of Malawi to study Psychiatry and Mental Health
After completing her secondary school education, Janet was selected to attend a course on Conservation and Environmental studies at the Southern Africa Wildlife College.
Maria went to school on our scholarship program then returned to the same girls boarding school to work in the school's science lab. From there to teachers training, then teaching, and now taking a degree in education at the University.
At the 2019 event where we announced th winners of our first creative writing prize open to secondary school students. Seen here students and members of CITW.
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