Kestina showing the rice that she sells. Kestina Mhango runs a small business selling rice through which she is able to support her family. After leaving school at 20 years and having her first child at the age of 21, providing for her family is something Kestina has struggled with.
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It has been a difficult road for many when it comes to accessing computer based learning in Malawi. The struggle for many learners has been evident as many people in our city were most likely to start using computers as a learning aide when they start University. Essays were handwritten
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Students in our Improving Access to ICT program In 2018, the General Assembly of the United Nations passed a resolution that proclaims 24 January as international Education Day to celebrate the role of education in development, bridging the poverty gap and reversing inequality. This year’s focus is on ‘education as
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Not having sanitary supplies means days without school  and not leaving their houses/hostels. It also means girls using unhealthy materials, cloth, paper, leaves, mattress stuffing, corn cobs, or anything they think can be used to manage the menses. Centre for Youth and Development is excited to share the progress of
Thank you for your support and standing with us in the previous years. 2020 signifies another important stage for us. We are stepping into a new decade that fills us with hope and possibility. As the Chinese proverb says: if you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you
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