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  • The Designer at Malomo Community School and CABLAC.

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    PAF conducts training in School Governance to improve quality Education.

    PAF recently held training in School Governance for PTA, School Management and community members at Choobana Community School in Mazabuka and Malomo in Monze Districts respectively. The training was aimed at providing information on how PAF will help support the provision of Early Child Education with child friendly methodologies by making the learning environment more

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    PAF in partnership with UCC drills a borehole for Namateba community.

    The neatly fenced water point protected from cows and other animals was drilled by PAF in partnership with its longtime partner Michael Shewburg from the United Church of Canada. It runs its waste water in to a banana orchard which along with the vegetable garden are income generating activities. The availability of water in school

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    Namateba Community School receives clean, safe drinking water!

    PAF Executive Director Gina Chiwela, Executive Assistant, Mrs Chipo Zulu, Namununga CABLAC supervisor Mr. Albert Mweemba together with its longtime partner Michael Shewburg a Program Coordinator for People in Partnership at the United Church of Canada (UCC) recently visited Namateba Community School in Monze District, Southern Province where they went to learn how both the

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  • Menstruation: A barrier to girls Education?

    Menstruation is a normal biological process and a key sign of reproductive health, yet in many cultures it is regarded as something negative, shameful and dirty. The continued silence around it combined with limited access to information at home and in schools results in millions of women and girls having very little knowledge about what

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    Promoting girls education through enrolment!!

    In the quest to promote girls education through enrollment and retention, PAF through its partners RFF has continued to provide support towards girls education by ensuring that every girl has access to education by having more girls enrolling in to grade one through the provision of a Pre-school in Kamphasa Community of Mambwe District, Eastern

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  • Investing in Girls and Women’s Education, a key to Sustainable Development!!!

    Despite great strides made by different organizations and the international women’s rights movement over the years, women and girls around the world are still married off as children or trafficked into forced labor and sex slavery. They are refused access to education, political participation and other youth activities instead they are trapped into Gender Based

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    Carol Chisamo Conducts training in School Governance in Monze District.

    PAF recently held a training in Monze District, Southern Province for teachers and community members in School Governance and how to strengthen the Parent Teachers Association (PTAs) in schools through school governance and community engagement in resource mobilization to be able to provide quality education for the learners. The training further provided information on the

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  • PAF Mazabuka celebrates Women’s Day with Nega Nega women

    PAF Mazabuka joined the rest of the world in celebrating the International Women’s Day (IWD) on 8th March, 2017. The event which was held at Nega Nega East Primary school in Mazabuka district, Southern Province was organized and supported by Mazabuka Municipal Council, PAF and  people from the community. The PAF team championed the event

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    PAF Mumbwa celebrates World Water Day!!

    PAF Mumbwa and Bulungu Basic School in Mumbwa District joined the rest of the world on 22/03/17 in celebrating and commemorating the World Water Day under the theme:”Why waste water”. The theme was aimed at raising awareness through community sensitization on how to preserve water such as reducing wasting water and how to re-use the

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