Students Without Borders is a WUSC and CECI program that enables Canadian university and college students to participate in exciting, volunteer learning opportunities in South America, Africa, and Asia.

Tag Archive: Malawi

Malawi tea!

It’s been awesome two months since I arrived here in Malawi. As a communications volunteer, my mandate here is to support communications efforts of WUSC Malawi office and its partners as well as documenting their activities. It’s a great mandate that has allowed me to learn a lot about WUSC Malawi programs, visit different parts…

Malawi: Are you ready?

My name is Jean Pierre Niyitanga, and I just finished my first year of Master of Journalism at Carleton University. With a background in journalism, I have interest in storytelling, and the roles of communications and information technologies in transforming people’s lives. This summer I will be in Malawi working with Uniterra as a communications…

New Places, New Goals: Learning About Project Implementation in Malawi

For myself and many others, international internships present a series of “firsts”. First time travelling internationally, first time in a new country, first time speaking Chichewa, first time eating nsima, first time sleeping beside elephants, and the list goes on; however, of all these firsts, none has been so revealing as the first time working…

Transformation – Mzuzu Youth Association, Malawi

Change is possible. The last month ofmy time at the Mzuzu Youth Association can be summarized as a time of transformation, a new start. On June 25th, 2011, the Association gathered all of its Affiliates and community stakeholders for its 10th Annual General Meeting and 5th General Elections. During the AGM, the Executive Committee is…