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Empowering the Next Generation: Nairobi Summer School on Climate Justice

In the context of the African Union's theme for 2024, "Educate an African fit for the 21st Century: Building resilient education systems for increased access to inclusive, lifelong, quality, and relevant learning in Africa," a transformative initiative is taking center stage – the Nairobi Summer School on Climate Justice.

CSEC hails government for recruiting, promoting teachers

Civil Society Education Coalition (CSEC) has hailed government for recruiting and promoting 9,753 teachers across the country saying the move will assist in improving...

Blantyre DC dates head teachers, PEAs

District Commissioner for Blantyre, Alex Mdooko, has advised head teachers from primary schools under Blantyre Rural South West Education Division to desist from chasing learners out of classes because of school development fund and uniforms.

RIESEH Project distributes wheel-chairs to learners with disabilities

Research, Inclusive Education, Sanitation and Environmental Hygiene (RIESEH) Project has distributed wheel-chairs to learners with disabilities in Lilongwe Rural East and Dedza North East Education Divisions.

List of IPTE 19 Recruited Teachers

The Ministry of Education has enlisted and advanced 9,753 secondary school teachers, according to a press release dated February 19, 2024, signed by the Secretary for Education, Chikondano Mussa.

FAWEMA calls for collaboration in promoting science education among girls, women

Forum for African Women Educationalists in Malawi (FAWEMA) says there is a need for collaboration among stakeholders to address challenges that girls and women face in science subjects under the promotion of girls' education in the country.

Lack of resources affects school feeding program in Mzimba

Chairperson for civil society organisations (CSOs) in Mzimba South, Christopher Melele says lack of resources is negatively affecting delivery of school feeding program in the district.

129 youths graduate in TEVET mobile training programme in Mzimba

At least 129 youths in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Khosolo in Mzimba on Friday graduated in various vocational trades after completing a three months mobile training programme under Technical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education and Training (TEVET).

Daka Space Technologies Limited launches Malawi Space Stars campaign

Daka Space Technologies Limited – Malawi’s first technology startup firm – has launched the Malawi Space Stars Campaign to raise awareness about space technology and career opportunities in the field.

Lilongwe District Council decries school feeding support

Lilongwe District Council Principal Nutrition and HIV and AIDS Officer, Edna Nakanga Mwangonde, has emphasised on the need for collaborated efforts in scaling-up school feeding programme in the district saying very few learners are benefiting from the programme.

World Vision donates desks to primary schools in Neno

World Vision International (WVI) has donated 167 desks and nine chairs, valued at K104 million, to Mchenga and Mpimbi Primary Schools under Nsambe Education Zone in Neno to improve quality of education in the district.
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