BEAM, Students Plant 2000 Trees

Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust in conjunction with Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAM) and Lilongwe City Council on Friday engaged students in Lilongwe in planting 2000 trees along Lingadzi River with an aim of instilling in the students a sense of responsibility in conserving and beautifying the environment. The students were drawn from five private schools namely Golden Gate, Crazmatic, Haven Modern, Favoured Privates Schools and St Jones Catholic Secondary School. This is part of the campaign by Beautify…

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‘Environmental Protection Heartbeat of BEAM’

First Lady Madame Prof. Gertrude Mutharika says sanitation and environmental protection remains a major concern for Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust. The First Lady was speaking on Thursday in Blantyre during the presentation of awards to winners in the Blantyre City Council Clean Premises Competition at COMESA hall. Madame Mutharika said the competition conducted by Blantyre City Council was in line with the vision and agenda of BEAM Trust which strives to make clean both domestic and business premises through…

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BEAM Trust to construct girl’s hostel at KU Secondary School

First Lady of this country, Madame Gertrude Mutharika has promised to continue promoting the pride of girl’s education in the country through her trust by making sure that learning environments are conducive at all cost. In view of this, Madame Mutharika who is also patron of Beautiful Malawi (BEAM) Trust has veiled to construct a girl’s hostel at Kasungu Secondary School (KUSS). There are plans to construct a hostel to ease congestion problems that have rocked the school since…

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