Meet The Staff
Naomi Voice is a teacher from the UK who began visiting Kaniki in 2005. She moved here in 2015 and is now the Director of Kapumpe Christian Primary School.
Daniel Zulu is an experienced Head Teacher from Zambia and has been Head Teacher of Kapumpe Christian Primary School since 2017.
Fatima Kangoma is a teacher who lives locally in Kamalasha. She was supported at college by Arise and began her teaching career in 2014 when Kapumpe opened. Fatima helps two of her young nieces attend Kapumpe.
Yvonne Ngoma joined us during 2017. She has been teaching for a number of years and has now moved into the area. Yvonne also has two sons at Kapumpe.
Naomi Mwinga applied to Kapumpe while completing her teacher training. She began her teaching career here in 2017 and has shown an openness to learn more about teaching while practicing. Naomi has one daughter at Kapumpe.
Emmanuel Mananasi trained as a secondary school teacher specialising in music and physical education. Seeing the need we have for his expertise, he applied to work at Kapumpe. He joined our teaching staff in 2019 and will be a great asset to teaching our older grades.
Levan Muleya applied to work at Kapumpe as he has a passion for teaching and making a difference in children's lives. He joined us in 2019 having originally trained as a secondary school teacher specialising in Music and Physical Education
Pecos Chola joined us in 2020. He is a primary trained teacher although he particularly loves to work with the younger children helping them learn through play.
Florence Makondo joined us in 2019 as a primary teacher. Although she was not familiar with our interactive teaching style she has been a fast learner and her pupils enjoy her teaching them.
Doris Mwila is our school cook and cleaner. She is one of the guardians supported by Arise but this job enables her to support her family more.
Cook & Cleaner
Freda Mwape is a primary trained teacher who joined us in 2020. She enjoys being able to both teach the children academic studies and help them on a personal level. She is a very caring teacher.
John Bwalya is the school caretaker and gardener. He has also received training in ‘Foundations for Farming’ and teaches this to the Arise guardians and Kapumpe pupils. John has one son at Kapumpe.