Machinga District Council has commended Action Aid Malawi for its support towards improving rural financial access through empowering Village Savings and Loans (VSL) groups.
Anglican Diocese of Upper Shire has joined government’s effort of providing farm inputs by assisting 250 households in Balaka with fertilizer and seed.
Eastern Region Police have arrested two Mozambicans and four Malawians in connection to spate of armed robberies in the region.
Malawian Diaspora Network has procured sundry medical equipment most of them Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) meant for nine health facilities in several districts across the country.
62 year old Richard Nyalugwe of Mbalu village in Balaka north was all smiles Monday afternoon when parliamentarian for the area Tonny Ngalande handed over keys of a new descent home.
Mangochi Diocese Roman Catholic Bishop Montfort Stima says it is sad that people are making jokes over stolen Christ in Eucharist at Kankao parish convent of the Poveirelle sisters in Balaka last week.
With thousands learners gotten into early marriages and some impregnated during the past months schools have been closed due to Covid 19, a nine year old boy has acquired a new skill within the same period.
A Machinga family of 6 children with disabilities out of 7 can now breathe a sigh of relief; thanks to an organisation Hope of the Poor for assisting with a business capital.
District Youth Office in Balaka has called upon all stakeholders to consider incorporating the youth in Covid 19 response as they have also been affected on several ways.
A grouping under the banner friends of Balaka District Hospital has embarked on maintenance of the facility that was gutted down by fire three weeks ago.