After S.A’s Kloofwaters School, Prophet Bushiri soldiers on with School Adoption Programme: Brings back to school over 15 students in Malawi

Prophet Bushiri launched the programme in July 2018 during the Mandela Day Celebrations by adopting and supporting Kloofwaters Primary School in Rusternberg, South Africa. The programme continues this year and Malawi has benefited from having over 15 students going back to school.

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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s School Adoption Programme continues to fearlessly make history of supporting good education outcomes across the world.

The programme was launched in July 2018 in South Africa with an adoption of Kloofwaters Primary School in Rustenburg.

As part of continuing with the programme, Prophet Bushiri, on Monday, announced adoption of over 15 students in Malawi who were out of school because their parents could hardly afford their fees.

The 15 have been put on a four-year bursary scheme that involves payment of user fees four years; provision of moderate ‘pocket money’ every term to help them meet emerging needs; provision of a new uniform pack and school bag each academic year; and regular provision of learning materials—pens, mathematical instruments, notebook, etc.

The Africa-wide School Adoption Programme is meant to adopt and support selected struggling schools with an aim of helping governments meet Goal 4 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) adopted by the United Nations (UN) in 2016.

The goal seeks to ensure that, by 2030, all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes,” he said.

Last year during the launch in South Africa, Prophet Bushiri adopted Kloofwaters Primary School in Rustenburg and he continues to support each and every of its emerging need.

At Kloofwaters last year,  besides adopting the school, Prophet Bushiri made instant humanitarian moves to the school estimated at about $40 000.

They, among others, included: donation of uniform packs [a Jersey, long grey pants, long sleeves shirt, grey socks and a pair of black school shoes] for the 173 learners at the school; renovation and repainting all the structures at the school; various chemical and cleaning machines for the toilets; grocery packs for 173 learners; instant nutritious breakfast supply for three months; various food rations and, also, provided professional support to the vegetable garden which meets dietary needs of the learners.

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri’s School Adoption Programme continues to fearlessly make history of supporting good education outcomes across the world.

The programme was launched in July 2018 in South Africa with an adoption of Kloofwaters Primary School in Rustenburg.

As part of continuing with the programme, Prophet Bushiri, on Monday, announced adoption of over 15 students in Malawi who were out of school because their parents could hardly afford their fees.

The 15 have been put on a four-year bursary scheme that involves payment of user fees four years; provision of moderate ‘pocket money’ every term to help them meet emerging needs; provision of a new uniform pack and school bag each academic year; and regular provision of learning materials—pens, mathematical instruments, notebook, etc.

The Africa-wide School Adoption Programme is meant to adopt and support selected struggling schools with an aim of helping governments meet Goal 4 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) adopted by the United Nations (UN) in 2016.

The goal seeks to ensure that, by 2030, all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes,” he said.

Last year during the launch in South Africa, Prophet Bushiri adopted Kloofwaters Primary School in Rustenburg and he continues to support each and every of its emerging need.

At Kloofwaters last year,  besides adopting the school, Prophet Bushiri made instant humanitarian moves to the school estimated at about $40 000.

They, among others, included: donation of uniform packs [a Jersey, long grey pants, long sleeves shirt, grey socks and a pair of black school shoes] for the 173 learners at the school; renovation and repainting all the structures at the school; various chemical and cleaning machines for the toilets; grocery packs for 173 learners; instant nutritious breakfast supply for three months; various food rations and, also, provided professional support to the vegetable garden which meets dietary needs of the learners.

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