Flooding in southern Malawi leaves students displaced and worried about exams

UNICEF follows Rita Nota, who is staying at Bangula Primary School since the floods left her family homeless, as she attempts to continue her studies.

With great difficulties, learning continues in the flood-affected areas of Southern Malawi.

When headmaster Larry Nkhani responded to a call from the district, Nsanje, to clear out a classroom for people displaced by the floods in the South of Malawi, little did he know that within two weeks Bangula Primary School would be turned into Bangula Camp, hosting 6 773 flood victims.



By Arjan van de Merwe/UNDP (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)