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Mphungu primary school gets desks from Rotary Club

Mphungu primary school learners sitting on desks donated by Lilongwe City Centre Rotary Club

By Lovemore Khomo

Lilongwe City Center Rotary Club on Wednesday donated 120 desks to Mphungu Primary School in Area 12, Lilongwe worth K1. 7 million as one way of supporting the education sector in the country.

Speaking after making the donation, the Club’s Director of Public Image, Vanessa Thyolani said education is key to all developments hence the need for concerted efforts to improve through donations and different ways.

Thyolani explained that they donated desks to fulfill their promises made last year when they donated text books to Mphungu School.

“We chose this school because some members of our Club are Alumni. After surveying on problems facing the school and learners, we thought it wise to work on 120 desks.” said Thyolani.

Lilongwe City Centre Rotary Club members pose with Mphungu primary school officials

She however said the they bought woods and other materials to restructure 120 desks that were broken and give it back to the school.

On the other hand, the Club has planned to carry out some renovations of roofing and ceiling at the school as it is in bad state.

Meanwhile, Mphungu Primary School Headteacher Lucy Chigwadala expressed gratitude over the donation as learners will now be sitting in desks during lessons.

“As Mphungu School we are very happy because learners from standard 4 to 5 will sitting be on desks following the donation of desks by Lilongwe City Centre Rotary Club.” explained Chigwadala.

The Headteacher further said the donation will improve the class attendance of learners, increase the pass rate and reduce dropout rate.

Mphungu Primary School has 846 learners, 424 are boys and 422 are girls.

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