CHINAMWALI DIC RECEIVES DONATION FROM PARTNERS IN ACTION SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
LONJEZO IDRISSA, UNIMA
On Monday, 1 April, 2019, Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) Chinamwali Drop-in-Centre (DIC) received visitors from The Partners in Action Sustainable Development which donated Early Childhood Development (ECD) learning materials to the centre.
The Partners in Action Sustainable Development is a Non-Governmental Organization that conducts different development activities in education and environment sector.
According to Chinamwali DIC Manager, Happiness Chanunkha, he thanked the visitors from Partners in Action Sustainable Development for their visitation by saying that it was a very unique thing for the DIC for it has motivated to continue working hard in its duties.
“I would like to thank our visitors for paying us a visit on this good day. We have taken their presence as a unique thing for the DIC to move a milestone in its duties,” said Chanunkha.
Chanunkha further added that learning materials that the initiative has donated to the centre’s ECD will enhance activities of the DIC and even make its productivity to be effective.
One of the teachers for Chinamwali DIC, Thandi Kwilasi also commented that she is happy that the visitors payed them a visit and the learning materials they have been given by the visitors will help very much in the process of teaching the children.
“I would like to thank the visitors for paying us a visit today. This is a special thing to us. The learning materials that have been donated by the visitors will help us in the process of teaching the children at the centre,” said Thadi.
Pencils, crayons, pens, books, soccer ball, rulers, folders, plain papers, petal markers and other learning materials were among the materials that were donated by the NGO to the DIC.
Among other people that were present during the visitation includes: Blessings Sabao (YONECO District Manager), Brown Masingati (Resource Mobilization Officer), Doreen Ng’oma (Environmental Officer), Happiness Chanunkha (Chinamwali Drop-in-Centre Manager), Alfred Banda (Outreach Worker), Thandi Kwilasi (ECD teacher), and Joy Matande (DIC intern).