Smile Life boosts Namiwawa Pvt School dream

Namiwawa  Private School in Blantyre on Friday got a timely boost in its pursuit to protect underprivileged learners around Blantyre from Covid-19 with 600 face masks courtesy of Smile Life Insurance Company.

      The school is currently mobilizing resources for Nankhufi Primary  School, a sister school it adopted over a decade ago in the Madziabango Zone on the outskirts of the city.

Speaking at the hand over ceremony held at the school, Smile Life Insurance business development manager Cecelia  Muss  said they were impressed with Namiwawa’ s drive to curb the spread of Covid-19, a pandemic cha t has caused tremendous devastation across the globe.

     She said: “As a company, our operations, just  like many other players in the industry, might have been affected by the pandemic  but that could not stop us from giving the school some lit the push towards realizing their set noble cause. 

  “it was just the right thing to do.” School administrator Phillip-Marc Kasomekera thanked the firm for the gesture, adding that the idea to help the less privileged emanated from the students them selves and is well supported by their respective  parents  and guardians.

   Among others, Kasomekera said Nam iwawa Private School hel ps Nankhu fi learners with clothing, books and reusable sanita ry pads for senior primary school learners.

    The school also distributes second­ hand clothes to children within thei r vicinity.

    Speaking earlier, school head girl Princess M’bawa said the initiative has added meaning to life among her fellow learner