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PRISAM grants full scholarship to Chaminade’s needy student

The Private Schools Owners Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has extended a lifeline to 18-year-old Yohane Lefasi, who was on the brink of abandoning his education due to financial constraints.

PRISAM’s Vice President, Patricia Chisi, announced that Lefasi, a former pupil of Patsakhondo Primary School, had been awarded a full scholarship covering his entire secondary education at Maranatha Boys Academy.

Chisi said Lefasi’s academic journey faced a setback after he was unable to continue his studies at Chaminade Secondary School in Karonga beyond a single term due to financial setbacks. His plight came to PRISAM’s attention following an appeal for assistance from his parents.

Chisi highlighted PRISAM’s commitment to educational development, stating, “Upon hearing about the boy’s predicament through a family member, we recognized the urgency to intervene, just as we have supported other deserving students in the past, hence granting him full scholarship at Maranatha Boys Academy.”

PRISAM, the governing body for private educational institutions in Malawi, is renowned for its philanthropic initiatives, which include providing scholarships to underprivileged students at both secondary and tertiary education levels.

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