Dr. Limbani Eliya Nsapato is a researcher and education rights activist with 21 years’ professional experience at national, regional, and international levels. Based in Malawi, he holds a doctorate degree in Business Administration, a Master’s degree in Business Administration, a Master’s degree in Project Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in Education Humanities. He is currently working as Country Director of the Edukans Foundation in Malawi but has written this blog in his personal capacity.
Written by Dr. Limbani Eliya Nsapato
Malawi has a long-term relationship with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which drives the country’s macroeconomic policies, often to the detriment of progress in targeted sectors such as education and health. Malawi became a member of the IMF on 19 July 1965 and has had at least 16 arrangements (loans)...Economically disadvantaged Malawi teachers bear the brunt of IMF wage bill policies