Malawi young writer determined to keep girls in school

Blantyre-based Glitter Ndovi has been accepted for a US$15,000 (about K7 million) international short story contest being administered by freeditorial.com, following in Muthi Nhlema’s footsteps who won 3rd place in the previous freeditorial contest.

 Glitter: Keeping girls in school

Glitter: Keeping girls in school

Glitter Ndovi, a journalist by training, is in for her story ‘The Light After dawn.’ It is a story about a woman whose life turned upside down in a single day as her husband gets shot and she is accused of the shooting him.

Follow her in her journey to prove her innocence and protect her family.

Winning stories will be judged based on literary quality and number of downloads from freeditorial.com.

Ndovi’s book is available on the following link https://freeditorial.com/en/books/the-light-after-dawn.

“I am requesting Malawians to support me by following the link and downloading PDF, Kindle or e- Reader versions to read the story,” she told Nyasa Times in an interview.

Asked what motivated her to write the story, the soft-spoken Ndovi said she wrote it with an aim to generate funds for her NGO ‘Tinyade’.

Her NGO is currently working around Chintheche in Nkhata Bay, northern Malawi.

“When I saw the advertisement calling for entries, I just thought this could help me to generate funds for ‘Tinyade’,” said Ndovi.

Through Tinyade, she works with primary school girls to bring drop outs back to school and to keep in school those that are at a risk of dropping out.

Her decision to compete for the award will not only help put Malawian writing on the map but also help girls get their education as 90 percent will be channeled to ‘Tinyade’.

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14 thoughts on “Malawi young writer determined to keep girls in school”

  1. Albert Fatsani Palikanthu says:

    Your dreams will be fulfilled sister, God will do it for you to help the needy girls to be back in school.

  2. MALIWA E says:

    keep it up sis….. thus admirable!!!

  3. Ndanena says:

    Tikukumvani

  4. feston chinomba says:

    May God keep you shining and achieve more,keep ur head high glitter and don’t fall for nothing

  5. literary observer says:

    congratulations.you look too young.am amazed

  6. Stephen King says:

    Well done young lady.While many young women are busy selling their bodies for cheap material things,you have chosen a noble career of being a writer where many people are lazy to read and write.You are a good role for girls.All is not rotten.

  7. Jessie Jessica Simone says:

    Thats the way to go Glitter, keep it up well done.

  8. titus nyirenda says:

    We are proud of u sister! Keep it up

  9. OGO!! says:

    2nd entry, you should be ashamed of yourself this is a young girl trying to do something positive for herself and other young girls. Why should she come to your house??

    Well done Glitter!! Massively proud of you..keep it up. All the best for the future!!

    1. joshua vs bonke vs sheperd vs angel vs salanje vs...... says:

      what’s wrong with you OGO #5? it clearly says ‘ukandiphunzitse kulemba ma short story’ koma iweyo waganiza kale udyo. please tell us what you’re thinking, we’d like to know.

  10. Nabanda says:

    That’s a good idea, may the almighty Lord bless you abundantly

  11. inno says:

    thats awesomel,the story rocks

  12. 10 pin issa, man of boil says:

    ubwere ku den ukandiphunzitse kulemba ma short story

  13. SONG says:

    Keep it up sister that’s brains.

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