Japan grants Malawi assistance for construction of secondary school in Chiradzulu

Government of Japan has granted assistance of US$113, 984 for the construction of Chikangulu Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Chiradzulu District.

Japanesse Ambassodor to Malawi Kae Yanagasawa exchange documents with District Education Manager for Chiradzulu, Harris Kachale as Minister of Education Fabiano looks on (C) Stanley Makuti

Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Emmanuel Fabiano, in receiving the grant in Lilongwe at the Embassy of Japan expressed gratitude over the development.

“We appreciate the assistance that is offered by the Japanese Government. We hope they will continue to do so and make a difference in Malawi.

“I hope the funds offered, will be used for its intended purpose and hope that the community will work hard in caring for the project to access more future grants,” Said Fabiano.

Japanese Ambassador to Malawi Kae Yanagisawa said Japanese government is committed to support the Malawi’s education since it is important for the development of the country.

“My government values education as education is the key to success. Japan puts the quality of education at heart that is why we have decided to assist the construction of Chikangulu CDSS.

“The development will help in dealing with challenges that have been faced in the district such as, inadequate space in schools, long distances that lead to school drop outs and indecent practices. This will hence promote the quality of education,” said Kae.

The ambassador also made an appeal to the ones handling the project to fulfill the project on time.

Co. signing the grant, District Education Manager for Chiradzulu, Harris Kachale expressed gratitude to the Japanese government in accepting the grant proposal and how it will assist them.

“The development is of great help as it will cut the distance of 6 km which students walk to access secondary school education. It will also deal with the cases of dropout as the school will be closer.” Kachale explained.

Harris also assured the Japanese government to fulfill the pledges he made to them on the development.

“We will monitor the progress, secure resources to make sure the school opens after the project is done”. Kachale added.

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  1. Yahya Jammeh says:

    Fellow Malawians, are we serious that the only way to honour the freedom fighter John Chilembwe is to use his portait on Malawi Kwacha? No government is ever thinking of putting up a structure like university or college and name it after him? There is a Teacher Training College in Chiradzulu, why not change the name to John Chilembwe Teachers College , change MUST at Ndata Farm to John Chilembwe University or better still change Mugabe Highway to Chilembwe Highway. What’s the significance of naming out road after a dictator? What contribution did he make to that road? I would love to see the president challenge some of his brother’s policies to demonstrate to us that he is not a copy cat. The authorities must think seriously about this. I will rule Gambia for a billion years.

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