Living Way shares thoughts on educational quality in Salima
The Living Way Education Center has urged communities in Salima's traditional authority Ndindi to invest more in education for a better future and self-sufficiency.
Malawi: The Living Way Education Center has urged communities in Salima's traditional authority Ndindi to invest more in education for a better future and self-sufficiency.
The organization's Executive Director, Yunusu Banda, described education as important because it helps young people build their futures and achieve their goals.
Banda said, as an organisation, Living Way pledges to ensure that students in the district acquire the necessary skills to succeed and lead the country to greater economic prosperity and self-reliance.
He said everyone is welcome at the centre.
"We want all children to be able to go to school, including children with disabilities," he said, adding that "a culture of equity, inclusion, quality, and relevance will help elevate education to the top of the global political agenda."
Blessings Kamoto, a primary school teacher in the district of Msalura, agreed with Banda, stating that the education crisis is having a devastating impact on the future of children and youth all over the world, including Malawi.
Living Way is a Christian organisation that promotes high standards in all aspects of education, training, and skill development.