“gender equity” is so essential to integral development

“At a time when “gender equity” is so essential to integral development, we are setting up a co-educational school with the goal of 50-50 enrolment of girls and boys. ”

The problem of poor opportunity for good education is resolved when girls are able to go to a good boarding school and have good conditions for study and growth.

Only Boarding Secondary Schools provide for rural girls sufficient time for studying; these schools constitute „a home away from home“ where domestic work is excluded and the opportunity to successfully pursue education is increased to the maximum.

Boarding schools in rural Malawi are the best expression of upholding the human rights of girls to their education. If they commuting from home the girls become easy prey to domestic employments, to early marriage, and to sexual abuse.

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