New Students in Need of Sponsors

May 27, 2017: Over 300 students arrived at APU this morning to write entrance exams. If you are interested in sponsoring one of these young ladies, please contact Executive Director Christie Johnson at cjohnson@pearsoncollege.ca, or visit our Sponsorship Page. Sponsorship costs $85/month or $1000 per year. Please help these young ladies become the next change makers in Read more about New Students in Need of Sponsors[…]




Water Expansion Project 2016 – Report

Water Expansion Project ($12,000) Funded by Rotary Clubs of Sidney By The Sea, Langley Central, and North Delta Project included the drilling of a third well and the installation of a rural BP (mono) pump, which works using diesel or electricity (solar or from the grid). APU uses 45,000 L of water per day and our tank capacity Read more about Water Expansion Project 2016 – Report[…]




APU Featured in Rotary Canada Magazine

The successes of APU were recently featured in the October 2016 publication of RotaryCanada magazine in an article titled “10-year tenure: APU Malawi has made great strides” by Paul Engleman, following his interview with APU Founder and Executive Director Christie Johnson. We thank RotaryCanda and Paul Engleman for their interest in helping us share the phenomenal Read more about APU Featured in Rotary Canada Magazine[…]




APU Founder & Student at Rotary Zone Institute

APU Founder, Memory Mdyetseni, and student, Maness, had the wonderful opportunity to present at the Rotary Zone 24-32 Institute in Winnipeg on September 29-October 1st. There were 450+ participants, including 200+ past district governors, present an future, Rotary International President John F. Germ, two Rotary Foundation trustees, and two Rotary directors – including APU MEF Director Dean Rohrs. The Read more about APU Founder & Student at Rotary Zone Institute[…]




APU Teacher sees new possibilities through University of Lethbridge studies

APU teacher, Wyson Ndhlovu, at the University of Lethbridge: Travelling halfway around the world to take classes in the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Education has opened Wyson Ndhlovu’s eyes to the possibilities. Now, he looks to bring this new world of potential to his homeland and create opportunities for the young Malawi girls he Read more about APU Teacher sees new possibilities through University of Lethbridge studies[…]