Donation of Laptops

First year student (Wisdom Ngoma), expressed grattitude and hope that the donated laptops will improve the students morale to even do better. 30 laptops were donated to our college and students are very grateful for this. Most of our have not had such an opportunity before so this is a total game changer. In todays[…]

Recruitment Continues

The recruitment team went to more churches for MfA outreach/recruitment trips. Meeting students in their communities is very advantageous as it has clearly helped us to effectively share our mission to people and reach the right population. We went to Pentecostal Holiness Church in Twapia, and Mushili Baptist Church. The partnerships continue to expand and[…]

The Second Dose

The students second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine was due last week, Friday and the team went to Ndola Central Hospital to get the second jab. Covid cases have recently continued to increase in Zambia but fortunately, the Vaccines are readily available at designated centers so we encourage everyone to take advantage of this and[…]

Covid Vaccine Sensitization

We were fortunate enough to have Mr. Katongo Mutale Gibson, a Biomedical Scientist from Kalulushi General Hospital Laboratories, come to MfA and give some very important information regarding the Covid 19 Vaccine. There has been too much conflicting information on vaccines. Misinformation and Disinformation have the potential to impact people’s attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and intention[…]

Distance learning

After 6 days of National Mourning of our former president Dr. Kenneth Kaunda (M.H.S.R.I.P), the work continues. Today, our lecturers are able to receive all the assignments and assess them. It is great to see the team adapt to current challenges and make learning possible for the students. The course material that the students have[…]