Classrooms for Malawi are delighted to announce the appointment of our new Chief Executive Officer, Amy Blake.
Since our inception as a charitable organisation in 2012, we have benefited from the hard work and leadership of many volunteers (past and present) who have tirelessly worked to deliver a positive impact for the children of Malawi. In order to continue and grow this amazing organisation, as a board of trustees, we made the decision to appoint a full time member of staff who will lead the organisation in our next exciting chapter of growth and to deliver even more positive impact to the children of Malawi.
The Grand Fundraising Ball will once again be held in spring 2020. We are working hard to make this event the best yet and hope that you can join us for a wonderful evening of food, dance and entertainment.
Please check back on this page for information as we finalise details.
Classrooms for Malawi are delighted announce the completion of 2 new classroom blocks at Mpira Primary School in Malawi. Working in Partnership with St. Margaret’s Academy, Livingstone, Scotland, Classrooms for Malawi have constructed a new classroom block and renovated a previously unsafe block. This project will now provide 194 Children, from years 3 and 6, the opportunity to learn in a safe and welcoming environment. Previously, the children were being taught under trees but now are able to be taught in 8 classrooms suitable for
teaching.In June 2017, students from St. Margaret’s Academy traveled to Malawi to help in the renovation of the classroom blocks above.
Are you passionate about education? Can you give 2 weeks of your time and energy to improve the lives of the children of Malawi?
If so, Classrooms for Malawi want you to join our summer 2020 Volunteer Team!
Classrooms for Malawi believe that education is the most sustainable route out of poverty. For this reason, we build schools in some of the poorest communities in Malawi to enable children to learn in the safe and secure environments that they truly deserve – but we can’t do it alone!
Today it is the turn of the Gleniffer High School CfM team to set out on the long journey to Malawi. The good people of the school community from Renfrewshire are no strangers to Malawi, once again, staff and pupils are once again working in partnership with their partner school Dzenza PS, Dedza Central Malawi, where already they have worked to renovate four classrooms.
This fantastic young group will be working with our local team and community to renovate a completely dilapidated 5 classrooms block which has required a new roof, roof trusses, floors, windows, drains and much more.
An excited team of Staff and Senior pupils from Whitehill Sec School, Glasgow have just arrived in Malawi. They will be working with CfM and our Malawian colleagues, renovating 4 classrooms at Nyambadwe PS, their partner school in Malawi. They are the first of many CfM volunteer and partner groups who will travel to Malawi this summer… Good luck to all at Whitehill!