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Private Schools Owners Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has encouraged managing directors of private schools in the Ndirande Zone to join the association to develop their schools through various opportunities that include sharing ideas and training for teachers.

PRISAM Vice President, Patricia Chisi, made the remarks in Ndirande Township when executive members of the association held an interface meeting with managing directors of private schools from Ndirande Zone.

Chisi observed that the private schools needed to join the association because of the more opportunities they will get.

Chisi emphasised that the schools that join the association will be assisted with registration processes.

“We want to sensitise them on strategies that the current PRISAM has put in place. The strategies seek to benefit every school whether big or small so that we sail on the same level,” she said.

PRISAM trustee member, Dr Hastings Moroko, added that after interacting with schools from Ndirande their next destination is Lunzu before heading to the Central and Northern regions.

In her remarks, the managing director for Future Ladders Foundation, Patricia Gama, said her school will join the association because she is convinced with its agenda.

“One of the attractive elements is that the association will address challenges private schools are facing when registering students to enrol for the Malawi Schools Certificate of Education (MSCE). This is good and that’s one of the key areas the schools need help in,” said Gama.


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