Madonna’s plans to build school in Malawi have fallen through

March 25, 2011
Charity founded by singer spent $3.8 million, but project has been abandoned

FromThe New York Times: A high-profile charitable foundation set up to build a school for impoverished girls in Malawi, founded by the singer Madonna and others, has collapsed after spending $3.8 million on a project that never came to fruition. The plans to build a $15 million school for about 400 girls in the poor southeastern African nation have been abandoned.

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