Malawian Diaspora Network Joins COVID-19 Fight

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.

Illovo Supports Nchalo Women in Face Masks Production

Illovo Sugar Malawi has paid over K6.4 million in support of Nchalo Women Group towards production of face masks in an effort to empower them while curbing further spread of COVID-19.

Escape From Schools' Lockdown Teen Marriages

She never realized what she would like to be when she grows up until the day her dad went with her to the bank.

Airport Reopening Faces COVID-19 Challenges

Government has admitted it faced challenges to enforce some of COVID-19 preventive measures at the airports a fortnight after reopening.

NBM Supports BCC in Donate a Mask Campaign

Blantyre City Council (BCC) has embarked on a Donate a Mask Campaign in a quest to help vulnerable learners to be safe from COVID-19 in school.

Microfinance Institutions Extend Moratorium

Reserve Bank of Malawi has agreed with banks and microfinance institutions to extend moratorium on payment of interests and principle loans in response to COVID-19 pandemic.

Neno Decries Poor Waste Management amid COVID-19

Waste management during the Covid-19 pandemic, with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), is increasingly becoming a problem in most district councils across the country, with Neno emerging as having no departmental waste management plan, a development which is hindering Water, Sanitation and Hygiene agenda.

Nice, MRCS Take COVID-19 Fight Door to Door

Two well-known organizations have rolled out a door to door campaign to dispel rumors that people cannot contract Covid 19 in hot weather.

Partners in Health Pledges Continued Support in NN

In drive to make lives of poor communities bearable in Neno district, an International Non-Governmental Organization, Partners in Health, has promised to continue with its humanitarian support to the district in terms of health, education and infrastructure development.

Mandatory Face Mask Wearing Worries the Deaf

After government gazzetted mandatory wearing of face masks in public as one way of preventing further Covid 19 spread, the Malawi National Association of the Deaf (MANAD) has asked for consideration saying mask is becoming a communication barrier for the deaf community.

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