Chane Early Childhood Development and Education Foundation is dedicated to ensure that the youth develop interest in education. One does not drop out from something that is of interest. Here Chane Director Nema Kalumbaine Banda poses for a photo with a form four Study Circle group. She believes in leading by example. She stopped normal schooling with a primary school leaving certificate. Encouraged by her husband who is a retired teacher; Nema studied at home and passed JCE at the age of 40. She went to study Diploma in Early Childhood Development at VIBITAC Sponsored and run by a Norwegian Marital Svahn. She got her Diploma at the age of 58. She then decided to sit for MSCE and enrolled for night studies at Nkhotakota Secondary school. She also had a study group at Chane Foundation composed of boys ,girls, and women. She at 60 passed her MSCE Examinations with 33 points. All students ( 25) except one in the study group passed and some have since been selected to universities. This year she has organized another study circle of Form Four Students who meet every evening in preparation for the coming Examinations. Nema herself want to sit for Mathematics which she did not do well.