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Life along Lake Malawi's villages

In the southern part of Lake Malawi in the village of Mbamba is the village school. There are around 1,200 children enrolled in 8 classes, meaning there are over 100 children in each class from year 1 to year 8. The classes are under-resourced with low teacher to children ratio and insufficient books and pencils. Despite this, all the kids get school uniforms as this eliminates discrimination and gives the children the identity that they all deserve.

MALAWI | Sunday, 23 November 2014 | Views [228] | View Larger Image

In the southern part of Lake Malawi in the village of Mbamba is the village school. There are around 1,200 children enrolled in 8 classes, meaning there are over 100 children in each class from year 1 to year 8. The classes are under-resourced with low teacher to children ratio and insufficient books and pencils. Despite this, all the kids get school uniforms as this eliminates discrimination and gives the children the identity that they all deserve.

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