There is still hope

As the schools are still closed; we have channeled our time and resources in the After School Program doing home visits. Today, we visited a few more families of our kids. It was great to encourage and share with them the stories of hope since most of them have no idea whether they will go back to school or not. On top of that, the Girls Empowerment team had a special guest who spoke about Boy-Girl Relationships and their consequences on their education.

One of our ASP beneficiaries (far right) standing with her mom and younger brother

Watipatsa, a Secondary School teacher at Msalura Community Day Secondary School was a blessing to our girls today. Her passion for mentoring young girls is amazing and a blessing to our team. Please, consider supporting our efforts especially our girls; most of them are on the verge of dropping out of school if we don’t show up for them.

Watipastsa, our Special Guest interacting with the girls during the session about Boy-Girl sexual relationships and their consequences.


A gift as much as $15 (K10,000) will help us to keep these girls out of early marriages and see them through Secondary School and college. Follow this link to support our effort:

In Malawi, talk to us on how to support our work locally. If you want to partner with us to sponsor one of our kids for a period of time, follow this link: LoveDriven Ministries: Love|Learn|Lead| @ Love Driven Ministries

Ishmael Adam

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