“An educated Malawian girl has high earning potential, enjoys good health, she is less likely to marry as a teenager, has fewer children, less likely to be a victim of gender based violence, more likely to educate her children and be productive to the community and the country at large.”

Service Delivery

Kalondolondo

The Kalondolondo project, powered by the Local Development Fund, rolled out various activities in efforts to improve public service delivery in rural areas. GENET had the opportunity to work on two aspects of the project: assessment of self-boarding houses and teachers’ houses in efforts to improve education of girls in Malawi.

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