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NGO hands over school block Naming’azi primary school

Written by  Synd Kalimbuka
Delegates at the offical handover of the block - Pic by Synd Kalimbuka. Delegates at the offical handover of the block - Pic by Synd Kalimbuka.

Zomba, November 24, 2017: Scottish Charitable organization, Classrooms for Malawi, Wednesday handed over a school block of two classrooms worth K24 million to Naming’azi primary school in Zomba.

The structure was constructed in partnership with Bannockburn High School of Scotland after the organization noted that more learners were learning under the trees due to inadequate classrooms.

Country Representative for Classrooms Malawi, Dezie Trigu said his organization was concerned with the situation at the school and decided to start renovating other classes at the school before constructing the school block which is disability friendly.

‘We noted that some of the structures were in bad shape and this compelled us to renovate some and build a new school block to promote quality education,” he observed.

Trigu urged communities in the area to take care of the facility by guarding against vandalism.
District Education Manager (DEM) for Zomba Rural, Charles Sakwata hailed Classrooms for Malawi for constructing the school block saying it would go a long way in creating a conducive learning environment.

‘The enrollment and the available classrooms do not much. So the new block will ease enrollment pressure,” he explained.

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