Chisomo lives with her mom, dad, two younger brothers, and one older sister in Area 23. Her dad is a carpenter and provides income for the family when he can find work. There is no electricity or running water in their home. She is the first child in the family to go to school and is thankful for the scholarship from Good Soil Partners. She enjoys singing.

Chisomo has won an Top 10 Award in school and is the deputy head (student council) girl in her class. Math and physics are a challenge for her due to a lack of books. Getting to and from Area 23 requires transport, which is difficult for her to pay for. Chisomo will often walk one hour to get to school. She would like to go to college and become a surgical Dr. She would appreciate if Good Soil Partners could provide schools fees, books, and supplies.

Chisomo K Updates!

Update on Chisomo K.:

Chisomo is back at Chancellor College for the start of his second year! He has stated to GSP
that he is gaining more confidence in himself and that he believes he will excel this year at school! He wants to do his best and prioritize his education.

He was a bit nervous going into his first year but after a good performance, he is not fearful anymore!
Chisomo is an excellent student who is loving his statistics classes.

His success in school is due in part to your success, so thank you so much!


Frequently Asked Questions

How long will I sponsor the same student?

Length of sponsorship for a student is your choice. We are thankful for the donations we receive. Good Soil Partners would be grateful to receive sponsorship of a student that follows her/him through their education either in secondary or college/higher education.  It would be great if you could help a child from their teenage years all the way through to them being productive adults thriving and helping the future of Malawi succeed.

What does my donation go toward?

Your donation will go toward student tuition, we support children in Secondary (High) Schools, in National Schools and Colleges. All of these students were chosen based on their high academic abilities, passing government exams and an application process completed by Good Soil Partners Board of Directors and local advisory person. The costs involved for each student ranges based on their particular circumstances, some of the things we provide are; tuition, room and board, food, school supplies and fees, school uniforms, computer, leadership training, as well as career & development opportunities.

Are other people sponsoring the same child?

People may be sponsoring the same child depending on your total donation and the cost of the students school and examination fees, school supplies, school uniforms and basic needs of secondary students. College students may also have more than one sponsor due to cost of tuition fees, stipend for boarding and food, writing materials and a computer.

Will my sponsored child write to me?

If you choose to sponsor a student, you will receive updates on a quarterly basis from the website.

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How Does Sponsoring a Student Work?

Every donation to a child supports their educational development, daily necessities like food and housing, leadership training, and career guidance. We’ve made it simple as 1,2,3

I see it as a privilege to be part of the GSP scholarship program as I do not only benefit tuition fees but also the leadership and entrepreneurship training programs. Through GSP I feel I will become a better leader and citizen. Thanks to GSP I am where I am now.
Alepha Kaferekudowa
Good Soil Partner Student
To GSP, my words cannot be enough to express my gratitude for the impact that you are doing in Malawi. Through your help, I am now able to help my siblings and family with some basic needs and I am now looking forward to helping more and more people so that through me they can realize their potential.
Saidi Smoke
Good Soil Partner Student & Graduate
It is a great feeling seeing myself achieve my goals of being at the university while GSP is handling my tuition and other school necessities. What a big impact GSP is having in my life and my family who can not afford my college expenses. I am grateful to GSP for the impact they are making
Amos Chipata
Good Soil Partner Student