Culture and Education
On Thursday, 04 July 2013, Mr. Johannes Scharlau, Deputy Head of the German Embassy, accompanied by Mrs. Andrea Waldau and Mr. Andrew M'Bwana, visited Chinkhumbe Primary School in Mtakataka.
A visit to Chinkhumbe Primary School
Germany’s International Sports Promotion believes in sports without borders. In line with this, on 25 June 2013 German Embassy Lilongwe donated basketballs and footballs to Malawi Paralympic Committee (MPC) in support of the Malawi National Paralympic Sports day which falls on the 20th of July. The handover took place at the Malawi National Councilof Sports Offices in Lilongwe.
Sports Equipment for Malawi Paralympic Games
The German Embassy Lilongwe continues to distribute sports equipment to schools and clubs. On Thursday, 20 June 2013, Mr. Johannes Scharlau, Deputy Head of the German Embassy, accompanied by Mrs. Andrea Waldau and Mrs. Fitina Khonje, handed over a package of netballs, footballs and sportswear to Linthipe Primary School in Dedza district.
A day at Linthipe Primary School
Malawi Under-17 (“Junior Flames”) and Azam Tigers coach Leonard Mpulula received his coaching certificate today at the German Embassy in Lilongwe. He successfully completed a three-week International Coaching Course (B-Level) of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fussball Bund, DFB) in Hennef, Germany, from 23 April to 11 May 2012.
Leonard Mpulula receives International Coaching Certificate
Kawale Football Club (KFC) of Lilongwe is one of the beneficiaries of the Germany’s International Sports Promotion.
On 18 September 2012 the German Embassy in Lilongwe handed over a set of jerseys and footballs to KFC during a lively ceremony punctuated with music, dance and football drills demonstration.
Sports equipment for Kawale Footbal Club
On Friday, 20 July 2012, Mrs Andrea Waldau and Mr Johannes Scharlau from the German Embassy in Lilongwe travelled to the Southernmost tip of Malawi to hand over sports equipment to Nyamadzere Community Day Secondary School in Nsanje, about 500 km from Lilongwe. Nyamadzere CDSS is the third school that received sports equipment such as footballs, netballs, ball pumps and sports uniforms in recent days.
Sports equipment for Nyamadzere Community Day Secondary School in Nsanje
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" so goes the popular saying. Others have elaborated that education is not complete without sports. It is in this spirit that the German Embassy in Lilongwe donated various items including vests and volleyballs to Nkhoma Community Day Secondary School.
Nkhoma Community Day Secondary School Volley Ball Team gets a boost