Airtel Malawi powers secondary school youth awards

In a bid to motivate and inspire academic excellence in young people, Airtel Malawi has pumped K2 million towards secondary school youth competition.

Chiumia receiving a dummy cheque from Nyasulu
Chiumia receiving a dummy cheque from Nyasulu

Speaking during the cheque presentation in Lilongwe to the Top Achiever awards, Airtel’s Customer Service Director Sibusiso Nyasulu said the initiative is worth supporting because young people represent a significant step forward for the country.

The project is being run by Millennium Education Masters and will benefit over 16 high performing secondary schools in the country.

“It is really encouraging to see this initiative rolling because young people are a vital part of our society. Outstanding young people need to be motivated further for being achievers. We believe this development would directly inspire so much more young people to do well in education,” she said.

According to the Country Director for the project Aggrey Chiumia, the objective of the initiative is to increase competitiveness and quality of education in secondary schools.

“This will also help in addressing the declining standards of education, increase access to resources to sponsor students and increase mobilization of resources to secondary schools,” said Chiumia.

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mulibwanji?
mulibwanji?
6 years ago

Its very pathetic that Airtel Malawi is making so many donations pamene ogwira ntchito akungolira. Ma Directors ndi ma Heads nkhanza too much. Taking the company ngati ndi ya kuchipinda kwawo……chidziwe ndi chipande powomola.

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