Agape Scholars International

Chisomo Paul Receives Prosthetic Leg

Chisomo Paul, a double orphan,  became an Agape Student in 2014 after being involved in a car accident where he lost his right leg. After living many years on crutches and will a left leg that was also slowly deteriorating, Chisomo found new hope when a gracious donor sponsored his trip to a Lilongwe hospital and to receive his new prosthetic. Upon his return to Agape House Limbe, Chisomo  wrote with great gratitude to his sponsor that, “I can now walk like all of my friends.”


Mark your calendars! Agape’s second annual 5k run is right around the corner on April 21st. Join us in raising funds for our program and in celebrating the International Day of the Street Child (April 12).

Our Current Need

  • Glasses for  students Violet and Bertha Eneles
  • Sponsorship for Secondary Student Spring Fees

Agape Ambassador: Nicholas Marrow

Greenville University student turned NFL starter, Nicholas Marrow,  has established a partnership with Agape as an ambassador.

“Education provides opportunities for one’s self and others around them. Education teaches us the languages of the world so we can navigate throughout society and invoke change. Education is the gateway to changing the environment around us. No child should be left behind in the educational process I am blessed to be able to be a part of change and to be a part of making learning a more positive experience.” – Marrow

GU Intern- Ruth Rabe

Greenville University student and English major Ruth Rabe has been Agape Scholar’s intern for the spring term.  Ruth has been working on creating a solid platform and database for our upcoming student sponsorship program.

New Student Arrivals

In the past month, Agape House Limbe has taken in a set of three siblings and a second set of two siblings.  Bertha Julius has returned to secondary school.
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Thank you so much for your support!