Human Power Organization moves to support needy secondary school students

Human Power Organisation, a local Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) has embarked on supporting needy secondary school students in the country with school fees in order for them to complete their education and become self-reliant in future. The development comes after at a time the organization is supporting needy primary school students in the country with school uniforms and writing materials such as, exercise books and ballpoint pens. In an interview with Nthanda Times, the Organizations President Innocent Gondwe said the program is a response to challenges which needy youths face to access secondary education in the country. Gondwe : most of the needy youths fail to access secondary school education “As an organization, we noted that most of the needy youths in the country fail to access secondary education due to lack of school fees. For this reason we decided to start supporting them with school fees in order for them to have access to secondary school education,” Gondwe said. According to Gondwe, the organization visualizes reaching out to many needy students in various secondary schools especially those located in rural areas in the country. “Our vision is to reach out more needy students in different secondary schools particularly in rural communities. We want them to complete their secondary education and remain self-reliant, as well as they should also help others just like the way we have supported them in the future,” he said. However, Gondwe said that his organization is in need of support in order to fulfill its mission and he therefore urged well-wishers including individuals and other organizations to support Human Power Organization in order to achieve its goals. Recently, Human Power Organization visited Malembo Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in the area of Traditional Authority (T/A) Khongoni in Lilongwe district where they put on bursary two form one students from underprivileged households, to the delight of Central West Division Education Manager Joseph Nkhata. Human Power Organization Official (r) hands over school fees to Malembo CDSS Headteacher as the two beneficiaries look Nkhata said the initiative will help needy youths in the country to easily access secondary education. “We have over 3000 students lacking school fees but government has only managed to cater for 1800 students. The coming of Human Power Organization to assist us in this area is quite commendable and we are very happy,” said Nkhata. Nkhata : the initiative is quite commendable There are about 2000 secondary school students in Central West Education Division lacking school fees.  Sharing is Caring!

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