The Malawi Government introduced the Universal Primary Education (UPE) in 1994 where learners in elementary schools learn for free. Enrollment numbers rose from around 1.8 million students to over 3.5 million students. The government did not correspond this increment with the addition of teachers, classroom and school supplies. The situation led to overcrowding in classes that sees 120 learners with 1 teacher; poor quality education outcomes were apparent evidenced by high repetition and dropout rates. RiseMalawi in collaboration with the Malawi Government runs remedial educational initiatives dubbed as “Academic Innovation” to attend to these challenges. In this program, 100 learners are given a second chance to learn the same materials they learn in their normal classes but with a touch of creativity.