Scotland Malawi Partnership Awards 2016 (added 13/10/2016) GREAT NEWS! WE ARE THE PROUD WINNERS OF THE SCOTLAND MALAWI SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP AWARD 2016!!
Receiving recognition for our work on a national scale will give us the motivation to fundraise so that together we can continue to positively impact on the lives of our brothers and sisters in Malawi.
International Partners (added 13/10/16)
Our container of resources has finally arrived in Malawi. Sister Anna Tomassi has written to us with thanks for all of the very kind and thoughtful donations: Dear Stephen and Andy,Just a few words of thanks for the resources you put in the container for Bvumbwe young offenders and for the nursery school children. We are all very grateful for your gifts which enable us to help so many needed children and give some special joy to the boys in Bvumbwe. I will arrange with Albert how to give them out. We certainly choose those who are working hard in school. I will send you some pictures so that parents may see their bags. It took a long time but they have finally reached their destination.A very special thank you for the projector, which we could never buy with our small finances.God bless you and reward you a hundredfold!!Kind regards.Sr. Anna
Dear Mr. Snee, We recently received some resources which you sent by container last year. I am so pleased to be able to send you some pictures of the distribution of the bags to our students in Bvumbwe reformatory centre. We chose the ones who passed their exams so that those behind will be more motivated to work hard. Here you see the boys praying for their donors and then receiving the gifts. They were so excited! Never had they received a game in their life! The put on immediately their new Tshirts. Give our thanks to your students and their parents who made our boys so happy!. Kind regards Sr. Anna.
Aiming Higher in Malawi (updated 13/10/2016)
Since our return we are proud to share with you the first building constructed as part of our new St Margaret's Woman's Refuge. This building signifies the start of a more safe, secure and positive future for many. We can all hope for a brighter future. A new village, a new community is born as a result of hard work, determination, faith and love for our brothers and sisters in Malawi. To view the progress from wasteland to homeland click 'About Us' then choose 'Aiming Higher in Malawi'.
Higher Photography 2016, Virtual Exhibition "The Final Twelve" (added 23/08/16)
Check out our virtual Higher Photography Exhibition "The Final Twelve" in our gallery. Click here. Pupils in the Press (added 16/09/2016)
Check out this weeks Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser to read all about 2015-2016 Higher Photography. Well done to Mrs Rounagh and all of the Photography candidates.