Field News

Kamtimbo School Management Committee Acting in a Bee Formation

“They have been waiting for you at the site of resource mobilization and you can go and meet them there,” said one of the teachers as we approached. “Do you need an escort?” he went on to inquire– typical of the Malawian hospitality. When we finally arrived at our destination,...Read more

A Nurturing Mother Teacher

Biologically, Gladys Kamdolozi is the mother of four children but she’s the mother-figure for many others.  Born and raised in the Mphepo Village, Gladys, now 46, attended Chipwayila primary school and after sitting for the secondary school entrance exams three times she was finally selected to attend Kasungu secondary school....Read more

Our Year in Review

We have said goodbye to 2013 and now find ourselves in 2014.  As a Join My Village program staff member I feel honored to be able to work with wonderful people on a daily basis, and together are doing a lot. Yes, together we have helped rural women become self...Read more

Appreciation for Education

Join My Village is strengthening education in many ways in Malawi. From building homes in rural areas for female teachers to providing scholarships to girls to attend secondary school, we are able to help many. I visited with a teacher who is a mentor to the girls and with a...Read more

Shaping Leaders Through Sports

She is a legend in her own right; she has and continues to play, coach and mentor young netballers and soccer players irrespective of gender. Bertha Banda, who has benefitted from Join My Village house construction at Mgumila Primary school, is not only a teacher but also a sports coach....Read more