Rotary Club District governor Larry Mapani has commended Bwaila Rotary Club for projects it is undertaking and services it is rendering to Lilongwe residents.
Mapani, who is governor for Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Northern Mozambique, last week visited Bwaila Rotary Club projects to appreciate how the club’s work is impacting on people’s lives.
The visit to the projects showed that a number of institutions, especially in the education and health sector, have benefitted from initiatives by Bwaila Rotary Club.
Mapani said the rotarians have changed the lives of many people through the projects.
He said: “The Rotarians here are doing a tremendous job in reaching out to the vulnerable which is very impressive and I will share these successes with the rest of African countries.”
Some of the projects Bwaila Rotary Club has facilitated in Lilongwe include installation of electricity and renovation of Mbavi Health Centre, construction of toilets at Kaweche Primary School and providing desks at Ngowe Primary School.
Mbavi Health Centre officer-in-charge, Eve Khonje said the projects have helped the health centre to improve service delivery.
“Although we still have a number of challenges, we appreciate the work that the rotarians have done to this facility by facilitating electricity connection and also renovating our building making it much better for us to serve patients,” she said. n