Limbe Leaf builds K28 million primary school library

Post was last updated: November 5, 2019

By Mc Donald Chapalapata, A Contributor:

Limbe Leaf Tobacco Company Limited last week handed over a library stocked with books worth K27.6 million to Mwankhundi Primary School in Lilongwe.

Limbe Leaf Corporate Affairs Director, Febbie Chikungwa, said the donation was part of the firm’s corporate social responsibility.

Chikungwa said books donated include teaching guides, text books, non-syllabus fiction and non-fiction books.

“Our intention is to create a conducive learning environment that attracts learners and keeps them in school,” Chikungwa said.

Limbe Leaf has been supporting the school since 2013.

Among other things, the firm has over the years, constructed six classrooms, rehabilitated a two-classroom block, built toilets and provided a borehole.

Director of Basic Education in the Ministry of Education Science and Technology, Gossam Mafuta thanked Limbe Leaf for the donation.

Mwankhundi Primary school Head Teacher, Harry Chikafumbwa, also commended Limbe Leaf for the support.

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