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But life is not all smiles for Headmaster Charles, seen here in one of his teacher's sub-standard houses. More children in school means there is a need for more books, more teachers and more classrooms. It also means that there will still be a need for UNICEF for a long time to come. <br />
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The small staff of Msiwa School, near the capital of Malawi, struggle to provide an education with a tiny budget and little equipment. Until recently, they didn't just need more teachers and books to get their children through school - they also needed more toilets. Without latrines and washing facilities, children were getting sick and dropping out, particularly girls.

But life is not all smiles for Headmaster Charles, seen here in one of his teacher's sub-standard houses. More children in school means there is a need for more books, more teachers and more classrooms. It also means that there will still be a need for UNICEF for a long time to come.

The small staff of Msiwa School, near the capital of Malawi, struggle to provide an education with a tiny budget and little equipment. Until recently, they didn't just need more teachers and books...
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