Malawi, Kasungu region
Acronis School in Malawi
Construction Period: Jul 2021 – Dec 2021


Type of facility

A school building with two classrooms and sanitary facilities





NGO partner


Academic year

September to July

Literacy rate (15+ years old)


Attendance rate

Primary school – 94.5%
Lower secondary school – 92.0%
Upper secondary school – 70.3%

Out-of-school children

Children (6 – 11 years) – n/a
Adolescents (12 to 14 years) – 308,121
Youth (15 – 17) – 534,399

Project implementation

Acronis employees will embark on a trek to one of the remote villages of Malawi to do hands-on work building the community’s new school. It is challenging work, but in the process we hope the participants will discover cross-cultural exchanges and explore new horizons while working alongside local communities.

We encourage the local communities to participate and complete the building project, helping to ensure sustainability and commitment.

About the country


Republic of Malawi

Capital city



18.1 million people


Malawian kwacha (MWK)

Major languages

English and Chichewa

Travel information

Malawi has a sub-tropical climate, which is relatively dry.

Dry season

May to October, characterized by little to no rainfall and temperatures ranging from 26°C (78°F) to 31°C (87°F).

Wet season

November to April, characterized by higher levels of rainfall and humidity, with temperatures ranging from 20°C (68°F) to 30°C (80°F)

Travel tips

Hotel recommendations

Lilongwe: Sunbird Lilongwe Hotel, Latitude 13 Hotel

Chintheche: Makuzi Beach Lodge

Places to eat

Lilongwe: CasaLinda

Best souvenirs from the country

Carved wooden masks, hand woven twig rugs, textiles, tribal jewelry, local art

Travel agencies

Adventure Office

Interpreting services

KL Translations Ltd

Proposed one week tour

Day 1: Lilongwe: Liwonde National Park

Day 2: Kasungu: School visit

Day 3: Mzuzu: Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve

Day 4: Nyika: Nyika National Park

Day 5: Nyika: Nyika National Park

Day 6: Chintheche: Beaches

Day 7: Lilongwe: Lilongwe Wildlife Trust

Help by donating
If you believe in our mission and want to make an impact, you can support the Acronis Schools Initiative