• DAPP Malawi is in 2017 celebrating 22 years of active involvement in development work with communities throughout the country

  • DAPP is implementing 16 projects within education, health, agriculture and community development in 15 districts that span across the country's 3 regions

DAPP Amalika Teacher Training College

The project idea builds its philosophy at training local Malawi male and female youths to become primary school teachers for the rural areas of Malawi, teachers who are dynamic, trained and highly motivated in teaching children as well as the community and are professionally well founded to energetically think that learners in primary school all have the potential to become skilled and productive members of society. The trained teachers acquire knowledge in modern ways and teach leaners the importance of the same technique. The trained teachers facilitate community activities hence developing the communities to be a better place to live.
DAPP Amalika Teacher Training College was approved in November 2008 by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. The college was officially inaugurated by the country’s late President Ngwazi Dr. Bingu wa Mutharika, on 21st August 2009. The first team of teachers graduated in August, 2010. The college has a capacity of 160 students. The college has graduated 481 teachers (311 girls and 170 girls). The teachers are teaching in various schools in rural primary schools hence making a huge significant impact on the school environment and communities around the schools.

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DAPP Malawi
Plot No. BE 314, Salmin Armour Road
Ginnery Corner, Blantyre

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