Malawi Community Colleges receive China backing

An eight member delegation,  comprising engineers and various building experts from the People’s Republic of China, are in the country to conduct feasibility study for the construction of 5 Community Colleges.

The Chinese delegation in support of Community Colleges

The Chinese delegation in support of Community Colleges

Prof Dingh speaking with Minister Henry Mussa

Prof Dingh speaking with Minister Henry Mussa

Speaking when the delegation paid a courtesy call on Tuesday, Minister of Labour and Manpower Development Henry Mussa commended the Chinese government for being the real friend in time of need.

The five colleges which China will support will be built in Mzimba, Nsanje, Mangochi, Mulanje, and Ntcheu.

During the function, leader of the delegation, Professor Mrs Ding Chi Juan commended Malawi Government for the initiative.

The delegation will be in the country for a month.

President Peter Mutharika officially launched CommunityTechnical Colleges concept with an aim of addressing employment problems amongst the youths.

Mutharika has been asking Malawi youths to change their mindset and recognize that it is not only white collar jobs that will develop the country.

According to the Malawi leader,  technical and vocational jobs are important means of development and self sufficient because they provide and achieve a turnaround in poverty indicators.

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Little Bwana
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Little Bwana
4 months 11 days ago
Let’s say, as an example, that one of the vocational trades offered at one of these new community colleges is land surveying (mapping geographical changes, distance, soil composition, potential for erosion…). A skilled land surveyor could be employed by construction, engineering, or pavement companies. But do we live in an economic climate which encourages small businesses to grow and big businesses to come to Malawi? Businesses, by the way, that will need to hire a construction company, which by the way will need to hire a land surveyor. See where I’m going? Now for less barking and a little more… Read more »
DPP Thugs Government
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DPP Thugs Government
4 months 13 days ago

Where will those people work? It’s useless to skill more people without plans for job creation. Those colleges will never change anything unless so called government create environment for job creation. Otherwise, Malawi will be Malawi forever with 90% of absolute poverty

B.Manda
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B.Manda
4 months 14 days ago

zowonadi yonse aja zii boma ndi boma osamalimbana nalo kwambiri umangoipitsa mbiri. 2019 DPP bomaaaa.

Eduardo Happy
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Eduardo Happy
4 months 14 days ago

Technical colleges are a game changer in Malawi, mark my words. Malawi will never be the same. I think APM is on the right track because he is strategic. Za megetsi mukuona bwanji azanga? APM woyeeeeee!

ANALYST
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ANALYST
4 months 14 days ago

If this delegation is here just to conduct feasibility studies of “where to construct” the colleges, then Malawi is a shameful country! You mean Malawians cant know which place is suitable for a community college? It has to take someone from China just to tell us that we have to construct a college at such and such a place?????

Kwachaaaaaaaaaaa
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Kwachaaaaaaaaaaa
4 months 14 days ago

Wa masomphenya ndi wa masomphenya basi. Enawa a chi na Judas Iscariot ndi ma Jesebel Juliene onse masiku ano angoti ziii ngati akumetedwa ma plan onse ofuna kumugwetsa APM atafoila bambo.

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