Airtel Malawi has donated teaching and learning materials worth K2.5 million to Nalanda Primary School in Chiradzulu to support efforts aimed at improving education standards in the country.
Making the donation, Airtel corporate social responsibility manager Norah Chavula said Airtel believes that good and quality education is instrumental to sound national development.
Headmaster at the school Austin Gwaza described the assistance as timely, saying Nalanda Primary School faces many challenges including inadequate classrooms and teachers. In the picture, Chavula (at the back) poses with some of the beneficiaries at the school.—Picture courtesy of Airtel
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