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Atsikana Pa Ulendo - Malawi Girls on the Move
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Giving Girls a Choice . . . Giving Girls a Voice
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In response to the plight of the hungry families, APU (Girls on the Move) Girls' School has developed a piecework project that will provide work for families in need in building an access road at the school. Your donation will provide much needed employment during this time of crisis in Malawi.

To Donate click on the campaign below. Donations of $50 or more will receive a tax receipt.

https://chuffed.org/project/apufood4work

ZIKOMO!
THANK YOU!
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“When you educate a girl, you educate a nation.” —Malawian saying

The women of Malawi, like many other women in developing countries, struggle to find their way out of poverty and build a better life for themselves and their families. Weaving a Malawi Sunrise tells the story of Memory Chazeza’s quest to get an education and to build a school for young women. Roberta Laurie was one of many who helped Memory realize her vision of seeing young girls become strong and independent women who could care for themselves and their future families. During her time in Malawi, Laurie met several other women, each of whom had a story of her own. Laurie combines these personal accounts with detailed information about the country’s underlying social and political context. Readers interested in Africa, global affairs, women’s studies, development, and international education will give high marks to Weaving a Malawi Sunrise.

Please support the telling of this story by purchasing a copy of Roberta Laurie's book:

http://www.uap.ualberta.ca/titles/416-9781772120868-weaving-a-malawi-sunrise
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Hello, World!

We've finally launched our new website at www.malawigirlsonthemove.com - it has been quite some time in the making, and we are still in the process of fine tuning.

We are on our way to completing the construction of APU, and we are dedicated ensuring that, once fully established, the school will be completely independent.

It is too often that good-hearted people may lend their hand to another in aid and yet see little progress from their actions: without allowing one to spread their wings, they will never be able to sustain flight.

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