We support six government-run primary schools in and around Mwaya in Malawi. Our aim is to improve the learning environment for the children by reducing class sizes through building new classrooms and funding additional trainee teachers.
LESSON TIME IN ACTION
SOME CLASSES HAVE MORE THAN 100 PUPILS
WE EQUIP CLASSROOMS WITH DESKS
Primary Education in Malawi, Africa
Achievements and Future Plans
We support six local primary schools. We pay the salaries of four additional Malawian trainee teachers and have built six double classroom blocks, menstrual toilets and a teachers’ office. To improve the learning environment for the children, we have provided desks and books, and we have renovated and painted classrooms and toilets. We will continue to support the six primary schools with similar projects as funding allows.
How We Work
We work in conjunction with the District Education Department and the local headteachers. The needs of each school are assessed and support is provided where most required.
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Why It Is So Important
What We Have Achieved
How We Work
Ripple Africa has built up an excellent relationship with the District Education Officer and with the headteachers of all the local primary schools. We work in partnership with them to respond to local needs and provide simple solutions to the problems that they identify.
The Project's Future
OLD MAKESHIFT CLASSROOMS
WE BUILD BASIC CLASSROOM BLOCKS
A FINISHED CLASSROOM IN USE
This project addresses the following Sustainable Development Goals: