17 November 2017
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Salima, May 26, 2017: District Education Manager for Salima, Chris Kumikundi has revealed that the ongoing United Nations-Joint Program on Girls Education (UN-JPGE) has proved that tackling all obstacles that affect girls’ education is a key towards ending cases of drop out and teen pregnancies.  Speaking to reporters on the…
Blantyre, May 24, 2017: Chilomoni Ward Councilor, Phillip Litchowa Kametah has expressed concern over pupils learning outside classrooms this winter season due to shortage of classroom blocks.  In an interview with the Malawi News Agency (MANA) Kametah noted that schools such as Jordan primary school in his area has pupils…
Dowa, May 24, 2017: The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) of the Arch diocese of Lilongwe and Malawi Economic Justice Network (MEJN), have said despite having the guidelines that assist the head teachers, school staff and community members to manage school funds effectively at the school, School Improvement…
Mzimba, May 24, 2017: Fourteen girls from Mzoma Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Mzimba District were forced to drop out of school in this school year’s second term alone after falling pregnant. According to Head teacher of the school, Steve Ghambi, the girls’ pregnancies were discovered after commencing the…
Machinga, May 24, 2017: A total of 10 secondary schools from Machinga and 19 from Zomba have qualified into the second round of the Campaign for Female Education (Camfed) quiz competition aimed at promoting education in the two districts. A total of 38 secondary schools from Zomba and 20 secondary schools in…
Blantyre, May 23, 2017:  While the Ministry of Education has been allocated a large share of K235 billion in the 2017/18 budget, the long awaited Special Needs Education Institute (SNEI) Project is not on the list of the projects to be undertaken in the education sector. According to the proposed…
Chikwawa, May 23, 2017: Concerned with the low patronage of girls at their resource centre, National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust in Chikwawa District on Friday organized a netball bonanza where they called on girls to build their self-esteem and start accessing services at the resource centre. According to…
Blantyre, May 16, 2017: At least 271,000 candidates are expected to sit for this year’s Primary School Leaving Certificate Examinations (PSLCE) that is starting from 17 to 19 May. Malawi National Examination Board (Maneb) Public Relations Officer Simeon Maganga told Malawi News Agency (MANA) on Tuesday that all is set…
Nsanje, May 16, 2017: Parents of primary school pupils in Nsanje who are currently being denied access to education due to disagreements between government and teachers over unpaid salary arrears have planned to take to the streets on Tuesday. Angry parents from one of the Education Zones of Nyamadzere have…
Salima May 16: Over 20adult literacy teachers in Salima have been awarded with certificates in education after a formal training conducted by Bungwe Lothandiza Amasiye ndi Osauka (BULAMO) in the district. The training was conducted to increase skills and knowledge of teachers who at first were teaching without undergoing formal…

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