By Alfred Mthandizi
KINDLE Orphan Outreach in Salima has constructed and handed over two houses and one classroom, worth 59 million Kwacha in the area of Traditional Authority Kalonga in Salima District.
This is not the first time for this organization to do a project like this. In the last two years it has constructed another classroom for the same school.
Speaking at the function, the KINDLE Orphan Outreach Director Joseph Kandiyesa, said KINDLE will continue investing in the future of learners in the district and KINDLE has plans, if all goes well, to construct another classroom and administration at the school.
The guest of honor was the council Chair for Salima District Evans Mpayani. In his speech he thanked KINDLE for the gesture and said this is going to reduce congestion in the classes as well as giving a chance for the learners to have a structure with desks which will motivate them to do well at school.
Receiving the structures, the member of parliament for the area Felix Jumbe and the head teacher for M’bwezera primary school Mrs. Kamanga said this is a milestone and the donation has come at a time when the rains have started and the glass thatched classroom which was previously being used by the learners could have endangered their lives.
Apart from the building the school, Kindle also awards top ten learners at the school each term and currently pays fees for 103 secondary school students and 5 tertiary students from the area.