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2010.11.08

UNICEF supports early childhood education in Malawi

* Asset Duration: 03 min 17 secs
* Shoot City: Chiteta
* Shoot Country: Malawi
* Shoot Date: 26 Aug 2010


Born into poverty and with just one parent – he comes here to the centre every morning.


It's one of thousands across Malawi aimed at making sure that the countries many AIDs orphans and disadvantaged children get off to the best possible start. They're all community projects – so everyone including the teachers are volunteers.


SOUNDBITE (Chewa) Blessing Gama, 29 years old, father of two young children
"I come here because the children are our future leaders and I want them to develop this village. I want this village to be a better place.


The centres are in many ways like nursery's and kindergartens around the world.


It's a place to sing – dIt's alphabet time at Chiteta childcare centre – and five year old Leviticus' time to shine.


Born into poverty and with just one parent – he comes here to the centre every morning.


It's one of thousands across Malawi aimed at making sure that the countries many AIDs orphans and disadvantaged children get off to the best possible start. They're all community projects – so everyone including the teachers are volunteers.


SOUNDBITE (Chewa) Blessing Gama, 29 years old, father of two young children
"I come here because the children are our future leaders and I want them to develop this village. I want this village to be a better place. The centres are in many ways like nursery's and kindergartens around the world. It's a place to sing – dance and to make new friends. But to thrive in class – the children need to be healthy. So vegetable garden's form an important part of the centres
-providing both extra food and a source of income."


SOUNDBITE (Chewa), Nathan Milana, Community Volunteer
"We do sell some of our vegetables to get money for sugar and for soap. And some is used to feed our children"


For many of the children – the school lunch may be their only meal of the day. Malnutrition rates are high in Malawi – with nearly half of the children suffering from stunted growth.For Leviticus – it's a chance to refuel after a morning of frenetic activity.


SOUNDBITE (Chewa), Leviticus, five-years-old
" The porridge is delicious – I'm eating it to become fat "


If he doesn't grow as he should – the hope is that the centre will spot it first. Every month a health worker comes to put every one the scales. This centre is one of the best ones in Malawi– but unfortunately they're not all this well run.


SOUNDBITE (English), Kusali Kubwalo, Communications Officer, UNICEF Malawi
"The important thing for u

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