The church of the Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Blantyre Synod on Friday handed over three semi-detached teachers’ houses at Machereni Primary School in Zomba.
The synod’s general secretary the Reverend Alex Maulana said through the construction of the houses, the church was continuing what it started in 1876 when it started its operations in the country. He said education was among its core activities.
“We will continue reaching out to communities because there is a lot to be done in all our schools,” he said.
Zomba district commissioner Emmanuel Bambe thanked the church for the modern houses which, he said, will motivate the teachers.
A representative of Jahanesse Bease Shiftung, a German-based organisation which supported the project with K50 million, Moses Kasitomu, promised more projects at the school.