Chiradzulu District Council has handed over a K22 million school block to June Junior Primary School.
The structure, constructed under the Governance to Enable Service Deliver (Gesd) Project, will help the school create room for Standard Three and Four learners.
Speaking after the handover on Friday, Chiradzulu District Council chairperson Patrick Chimtengo said they were working hard to ensure projects are completed on time.
He said there are six projects under Gesd and almost all of them are completed.
“I urge people to send their children to school as it can now accommodate learners from Standard One up to Standard Four,” Chimtengo said.
Chiradzulu district commissioner Reignhard Chavula said they plan to construct another classroom block to accommodate learners up to Standard Eight.
She advised the district education office to deploy teachers to the school.
Chiradzulu East legislator Joseph Nomale commended the council for delivering the project on with the specified time.
Chiradzulu District Council received K113 million under Gesd to implement projects in the district.
Gesd is a five-year Government of Malawi project implemented by the Ministry of Local Government, Ministry of Finance and National Local Government Finance Committee with funding from the World Bank.