Airtel Malawi donates 500 chairs to Likuni Girls secondary school

Malawi’s leading telecommunications company Airtel has donated 500 chairs worth K2.3 million at Likuni Girls Secondary School.

Airtel donation to Likuni

Airtel donation to Likuni

Likuni girsl school students

Likuni girsl school students

The donation came soon after the company also gave 100 bags of cement which were used in the construction of the sports course at the school.

According to Airtel Malawi Corporate Social Responsibility Manager Norah Chavula, the company decided to donate the chairs after
realizing that lack of quality, inadequate teaching and learning resources affect a girl student’s ability to enjoy and appreciate the true value of the learning experience.

“Time and again Airtel has been an avid supporter of the education sector. This is so because we believe education is the key to the development of our nation and we believe that it is our responsibility as corporate citizens to do our part by giving to the society through assistance to the education sector.

“With education, entrepreneurs are created and groomed, with education a skilled workforce is bred, with education communities prosper and grow stronger,” she said.

The school’s headgirl Caroline Jumbe said the company’s gesture is a positive move towards motivation girls at the school as in the past they used to learn while sitting on the floor.

The school which belong to the Catholic Church has 600 students.

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6 thoughts on “Airtel Malawi donates 500 chairs to Likuni Girls secondary school”

  1. nsonga ciswe says:

    Kale lathu late Mr Sompho akutisokera ma unifomu a nsalu ya David whitehead jenyuwini. Tinkachena. Lero kwalowa mapeto ya nylon.kkkkkk
    Zikomo air tel
    Alumni

  2. Munthu - The Citizen says:

    A GCM, osamangolemba zinthu zoti simukuzidziwa. Just go to Arkay plastics and see how expensive these chairs are. We buy at forty-five thousand kwacha per unit. Kapena inu mumaganiza kuti mipando yake ndi yotani?

  3. Grace Manda Mallungo says:

    Thanks Airtel for helping our school, these will be used for “Watema”

    Likuni Girls Alumni

  4. malawians says:

    Nora ma hope amenewa

  5. Davis says:

    Bodza ndalamazo zachuluka

  6. GCM says:

    Seriously r these chairs costing K4600 each! Pena pake antu achepetse kuba chonde!

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