A School that is part of CCAP

John Anosi Phiri, teacher at Msuzi Basic School, is very thankful for what he has experienced at Msuzi and how he has been encouraged there. He is eager to introduce us to his school:

“It is my pleasure to be stationed here at Msuzi Basic School. I have greatly been assisted in many ways: spiritually, morally and professionally. Every Monday morning before we have briefings and assemblies we have a word of God and HIV talks. This has actually transformed myself. I have grown up both spiritually and moral life. I am now also able to integrate the spiritual and moral life in my teaching, guiding pupils towards leadership in the future, within the community and nation at large.”

John shares that the transformation he has undergone at Msuzi Basic School has also born fruit in his students. One of the pupils who can testify about being in the mission school is Esther, a grade nine pupil at the same school. 

There is still much to be done. The school facilities have not undergone much rehabilitation in the school's 56 years of existence. The teachers’ and weekly boarding infrastructures require significant improvement. Also, lack of electricity at the school hampers its ability to facilitate learning.

God is transforming hearts through Msuzi Basic School as its teachers and staff are being given the skills to teach in a Christ-centred way. Walking alongside this school, through partnership with CCAP, is what its teachers desire most from committed and generous sponsors.

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