The government of Japan on Thursday handed over Mseche Community Day Secondary School to the Malawi Government and people surrounding Mseche Village T/A Chimutu in Lilongwe.
The school whose rehabilitation and expansion project cost at least K354 million (about $1m), has girls hostels, a library and a laboratory. Speaking during the ceremony, Malawi’s Minister of Education, Science and Technology Eunice Kazembe, said the provision of quality education calls for concerted efforts to solve challenges in the education sector. Mseche CDSS which is among six beneficiaries in the first phase of the government of Japan’s CDSS project caters for over 400 students. In the picture, the minister responsible inspects the school infrastructure. —THOKO CHIKONDI