Category: Education


Jul
Sweet potatoes for children’s health
Falles Nkhata and Ellen Chiumia are two of our pre-school teachers. Falles joined the team as a volunteer in 2006 before being employed a year later and Ellen joined the team in 2010. They  grow, harvest and cook the sweet potatoes as they understand the importance of sweet potatoes...
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Jun
Burton’s Short Stories
Burton Chirwa is the manager at our Community Library and he also oversees and runs several of the Adult Education classes. He has a passion for writing and has written a number of short stories, one of which is below. He said, “I started reading novels when I was...
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May
2019 Library Report
A library not only helps to encourage the habit of reading, but inspires a thirst for knowledge which generates understanding and openness to new ideas. From the relatively small facility it once was in 2005, over the past number of years the community library has grown and now offers...
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Apr
Launching ‘Learning with Ripple Africa’
We know for many it must be a challenging time home schooling your children but we are excited to launch our Learning with Ripple Africa Resources. There are activities linked to mathematics, English, geography and creative arts, as well as some that are just for fun! They are completely...
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Mar
Thank you Art Play London!
We’d like to say a huge thank you to Art Play London and all who supported their fundraising event on Sunday for raising £1,100 for our pre-schools in rural Malawi. Ripple Africa run eight pre- schools and have over 800 children registered and attending. Every day they learn, sing,...
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Jan
Pre-school Training and Maintenance
Our eight pre-schools are run by enthusiastic teachers who love working with the children. They also love learning new concepts so all 27 teachers and our Pre-school Coordinator Charles Domingo were involved in a Rainbow Play training event which included a four day away workshop followed up by a...
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