Christopher Sande

Christopher Sande

Some pregnant women around Nchalo in Chikwawa have asked government and development partners to fast-track the rehabilitation of Nchalo health Centre located within Hunger project premises which currently has no water and electricity after being hit severely by the tropical cyclone Ana.

The Adventist Development Relief Agency, ADRA says it requires about half a billion kwacha to provide relief items to people severely hit by the recent tropical Cyclone Ana in various parts of the country.

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) says it is working with Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DODMA) to develop a Humanitarian Response Plan that will ensure robust disaster recovery mechanisms.

Over 20 people that were sentenced to death for committing various crimes have asked President Dr Lazarus Chakwera to pardon them.

The Minister of Information and Digitalization, Gospel Kazako has encouraged organizations and well-wishers to demonstrate honesty and accountability when reaching out to desperate flood survivors that were hit hard by the recent cyclone Ana.

The Blantyre City Council (BCC) says it has made a proposal of MK20 billion to government and development partners to root out informal settlements in the city amid reports that such construction works along rivers are exposing people to floods.

As the Catholic church is planning to hold a national missionary day for children at Bangwe in Blantyre this Sunday, children have been asked to utilize the activity to develop a culture of assisting fellow needy and vulnerable children who are living in stressful conditions.

A development organization, Challenges Malawi, says the 1 billion kwacha pumped into the rejuvenation of Value Addition Centers, VACs, in four districts in the country has assisted to increase agricultural productivity and crop sales.

Some girls and non-governmental organizations have singled out failure by authorities to consolidate sexual reproductive health policy and education policy as a major factor fueling unplanned teenage pregnancies in the country.

The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) says is in constant discussion with the Malawi Police Service and the Judiciary to establish permanent measures to pin down perpetrators of currency counterfeiting in the country.

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