With monthly support from individual sponsors, a total of 19 students (orphaned or vulnerable children and youth) received Hope Scholarships from WorldHope Corps this year, to stay in secondary school or go on to college to continue their education. 


Youth like Noel Daire Kumwenda, Lusayo Mhango and Johnathan Jere…


It cost approximately $400  per year to send a kid to secondary school (High School), or $1200/year to send a youth to college through our Hope Scholarship program, now in its third year of educational sponsorship.   

If you are interested in sponsoring a youth in 2010, please contact Dr. Michael Christensen at info@worldhopecorps.com

For additional information on WorldHope Corps, please visit our website:   www.worldhopecorps.com

What follows is Pastor Copeland’s Report for November: 


Your Email reached us all and aroused excessive exciting and joy of immeasurable magnitude for the mind-goading good news of new funding from United Methodist AIDS Fund for 2010. Over the past few months we took time to pray and commit these projects into God’s hands.  And we consider this as God’s active response. It’s a miracle to us as He sees your good commitment to uplift the needy.  Here is our report on Hope Scholarships for November 2009.



The Hope Scholarship is a noble gate to:

§  Higher learning

§  Good employment

§  Preparing young people for leadership

§  Encountering God and walking in His company

We are pleased to report that Noel Daire Kumwenda has emerged “Student of the Year” having scored 3 distinctions and 1 pass at certificate level of Business Management. There is more hope that more and more of our students will come out with excellent scores to qualify them for university admission in various fields of study.


1.      Noel Daire Kumwenda

2.      Lusayo Mhango

3.      Eunice Kachipanda

4.      Mababazo Jere

5.      Jessie Mwale

6.      Vitumbiko Lungu

7.      Ribia Phiri

8.      Elton Pwele

9.      Chimwemwe Kalua

10.  Mabuchi Mwafulirwa

11.  Alice Mkandawire

12.  Mc Donald  Kumwenda

13.  Jonathan Jere

14.  Karin  Vernon


1.      Esau Chunda

2.      Austin Makala

3.      Malumbo Kalondola

4.      Jeremiah Kambele

5.      Kondwani  Nyoni

All these students yearn for aid towards school though it may not be easy to provide for everybody at once.

Rev Copeland Nkhata

Francis Mzumara

Leaster Mhone

Peter Botha