Hearts Foundation shelters Mangochi pupils

Faces of knowledge thirsty pupils of Chawona Primary School in the area of Traditional Authority (T/A) Mponda in Mangochi can now wear a broad smile; thanks to Hearts Foundation for constructing them a multimillion Classroom Block.

The classroom block;Hearts Foundation constucted at Chawona Primary School

The classroom block;Hearts Foundation constucted at Chawona Primary School

Hearts Foundation Executive Director, Chimwemwe Kaponda.

Hearts Foundation Executive Director, Chimwemwe Kaponda.

Chawona Primary School became a beneficiary of the classroom block after it got sympathy from Hearts Foundation due to pathetic learning condition pupils of this school were undergoing.

Speaking when handing over the building, Hearts Foundation Project Director, Chimwemwe Kaponda said his organization will make sure that it takes part in promoting and improving quality education in the country.

Kaponda said his organization is aimed at ensuring that children in the country get quality education.

“Before we constructed this classroom block, we conducted a survey and it revealed that pupils of this school were performing poorly. Chief among the problems were lack of sanitation due to absence of portable water but chiefly was lack of classroom block. The problem forced pupils to learn under a tree and when it rained, classes could be dispelled. This then prompted our organization to do something, hence, the construction of a classroom block,” he dished out.

“Our main aim is one day seeing a world in which children from the most impoverished regions have access to the quality education and that they are able to lift their families, their countries and themselves out of poverty. This can be achieved if we engulf them with support,” said Kaponda.

Speaking when receiving the classroom block, Chawona Primary School Headmaster hailed the organization for constructing such a magnificent structure at his school, saying the building, apart from cajoling learners to remain at the school it will also go a long way in wooing others who dropped-out of school to re-enroll.

Established in 2004 and a brainchild of Mangochi Central Member of Parliament (MP) Clement Chiwaya; Hearts Foundation has among other things: drilled 277 boreholes, constructed over 10 school blocks, provided lanterns to schools, and currently it is mulling over plans to roll out its charity works across Malawi.

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coss
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Ujeni, you must pay a credit where it is due, jealous down anthu ntchito akuyigwira I myself i know that area (Chaona) there was only 0ne-two class rooms block against 700 pupils, nde lero mudziti chani?? ufiti chani hats off Hearts foundation!!

Geoff
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Ujeni or whatever you call yourself, stop commenting foolishly on issues you don’t have information of, have you been to Chaona yourself? The structure you call horse stable is far much better than lots of blocks here in Mangochi, the donors came and constructed this structure together with the village volunteers, all materials was purchased in advance and it never stopped due to lack of materials, I will give you an example of st Augustine School block that used MK15.5 m and had problems negative mundane renga you know yet this super strong structure it was only MK6 including the… Read more »
Ish
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Iwe chigoba called ujeni, do you know what the word multimillion mean? Or itakhala 2. Million that multimillion. Am from that area and this block yathandiza kwambiri ana athu amaphunzira panja, pansi pamtengo, nthawi yamvula and dzuwa likawala kwambiri classes were suspended. keep it up hearts foundation. You are doing a good job in mangochi. A Malawi kamuzu. Sananame kuti ife mavuto athu atatu Njala, nthenda, nsanja so Iwe chigoba ujeni Nsanje yakupweteka..shame

ujeni
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Am back, after the building is complete, they leave the surrounding dusty and bare as it is. Next you will see all the dirt is on walls with some flying onside. Kids playing on dusty surrounding, clothes getting dirty. When are we going to.love beauty in Malawi?

ujeni
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Multimillion that horse stable? Where are the Architectures in Malawi? Who allows such structures in this century? Even in 19th Century such structure would be demolished. Can we start building modern structures please.

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