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US government commended for assisting Malawi with new secondary schools 

President Lazarus Chakwera commended the United States government for successfully constructing 66 new secondary schools across the nation through the Secondary Education Expansion for Development (SEED) project.

Chakwera made these remarks during the hand over ceremony at Mkanda Community Day Secondary School ground in Salima district.

“What the US Government has done here is to give our children a good start, and it is now our responsibility to make sure they have a strong race and good finish. Chakwera said.”

Deputy Minister of Education Nancy Chaola Mdooko, reaffirmed her ministry’s commitment towards improving education standards in the country.

She also commended the US government for initiating the project which will increase access to education among adolescent girls.

In her remarks, Mrs. Amy W. Diaz, Charg’e d’Affaires,  Embassy of United States of America to Malawi, said the SEED project is a $90 million partnership between Malawi Government and the US Government to improve education and health outcomes for Malawian youth, targeting adolescent girls and young women in the country.

“Each school consists of four classrooms, one science classroom, two teachers’ houses, latrine blocks, and a borehole that will improve access to portable water among the learners,” she emphasized.