Thyolo District Council has commended the good work World Visions International (WVI) is doing in the district.
District commissioner Lawford Palani said this when WVI presented assorted goods to Mphuka Area Development Committee (ADC).
â€œThe council is happy with projects WVI is doing in Thyolo. What is more pleasing is that most of their projects are sustainable,â€ said Palani.
WVI gave five motorcycles, fuel, two desktop computers, two HB printers, 10 toner cartridges, stationary and assorted medical equipment to the ADC.
WVI programme manager Henry Machemba said the motorcycles, computers, toner and printers will go to the community and government departments that work closely with communities.
â€œThe community will get the three motorcycles and the two will go to the education and water departments. One computer and printer will go to the education department and the rest to the community, said Machemba.
Traditional Authority Mphuka thanked WVI for the items.
â€œAll along, we have been using exercise books to keep out data, but with the donation we will now use the computers. These motorcycles will ease mobility and we will no longer have problems to attend meetings or present reports at the DCâ€™s office,â€ he said.
â€œAs a community, we are grateful to World Vision International. Although they are phasing out their project, we will still remember them because they have imparted different skills to people here,â€ he said.
WVI has been in Mphuka ADC since 1998 running on food security, education and vocational skills projects.