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“Our mission is to impact impoverished emerging and developing nations by empowering teachers with educational resources that enhance their ability to teach and instills in students a lifelong desire to learn.”

A Tremendous Impact!

Mar 25 2018

Impact 1It is important to keep in mind that Malawi is a 3rd World country where electricity is not available in the vast majority of schools. Classrooms are void of desks or chairs in most schools and supplies as simple as a pencil often are in very short supply. The posters and learning materials we take for granted seldom exist in Malawi schools. Students sit on the floor and the average number of students in 1st to 3rd grade often exceeds 150 per class room. It is also important to understand that education is only free through the 8th grade and is not mandatory. Many children never attend school and many drop out at an early age. Teachers have a 2 year certificate and are faced with the task of teaching with very little in the way of materials and curriculum aids. The PAL and accompanying Teachers Manual make a tremendous impact.

Impact 2