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Transform Africa Launches the Rollan College School of Literacy in Malawi

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Akron, OH, August 10, 2021 –(PR.com)– Transform Africa, Inc., founded by His Excellency Dr. Rollan Roberts to solve complex systematic and structural challenges on the African continent, has launched its first Rollan College School of Literacy in Lilongwe, Malawi jointly with former Malawi President, Her Excellency Dr. Joyce Banda.

The literacy rate in Malawi among women in 2020 was 59%. The Rollan College School of Literacy’s blockchain remote learning management platform and curriculum teaches illiterate and under-literate youth and adults to read and write at a high school level in 6 months.

“Students have not been to school of any kind for over 18 months,” says Her Excellency Dr. Joyce Banda. His Excellency Dr. Roberts, says, “Virtual education and remote learning has not been an option in Malawi due to lack of virtual curriculum, minimal access to internet, and lack of devices where internet is available. This is a…

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