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The Private Schools Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has officially launched its Mzuzu Chapter. This follows the establishment of the Blantyre and Lilongwe chapters.

PRISAM Vice President, Patricia Chisi, encouraged Mzuzu’s private schools to join the association, emphasising the benefits they would gain, including access to the PRISAM SACCO and other advantages.

“We established this chapter to encourage private school owners in Mzuzu to unite under the PRISAM umbrella. We proudly announce the establishment of the Mzuzu Chapter. All private school owners, whether in urban or rural areas, have received invitations from the association. Let us speak with one voice, as this organisation is our collective body,” said Chisi.

Chisi further urged school administrators to strictly adhere to government regulations governing private schools.

During the launch, the newly appointed Chairperson of PRISAM Mzuzu Chapter, Thomas Chirwa, outlined his priorities, including working hand in hand with the government, increasing membership, enhancing the quality of education, and fostering collaboration with all stakeholders.

Chirwa further said the PRISAM launch occurred at an opportune moment, saying, “It syncs well with the establishment of PRISAM SACCO, which will facilitate teachers’ easy access to finances.”

During the Mzuzu Chapter elections, Chrissy Mkandawire secured the position of vice president, while Florence Chabwera was elected secretary.

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