Zambia Service Project to the "Village of Hope"

Preparations are almost complete for the first group of Cromwell students to travel across to the "Village of Hope" near Mongu, in the Western Provence of Zambia at the end of this semester.  Students will use their pastoral, academic and practical skills to affect tangible and meaningful change in one of the most isolated and impoverished places on Earth.  The tyranny of distance, lifelong benefit and personal growth and development for those Cromwell students who over the years will become involved in the Project is inestimable.  The engagement and contribution that the students will make to the life and livelihood of those with whom they will work in Mongu will equally be considerable.  Detail about this valuable service program can be found on our website (Student Life / Service Program).

 Cromwell is very proud of the seven students who have committed to be the first group to embark upon this confronting and important challenge with Ross and Jenny Switzer.


Cara Barker (Nursing / Midwifery 1st Year - Darwin), Michael Jamieson (Engineering 2nd Year - Toowoomba), Arthur Chandler (Law / Economics 2nd Year - Chinchilla), Bradley Nichols (Engineering 2nd Year - Maryborough), Kelly Kirkland (Psychological Science 3rd Year RA - Gold Coast), Kate Brazier (Food Technology 3rd Year - Nhulunbuy NT), Prue Stubbs (Nursing / Midwifery 2nd Year - Sunshine Coast), Chris Erasmus (Cromwell 2011-2013 Capetown South Africa) with Jenny and Ross Switzer