Police Detains Malawians from RSA

Police in Neno district have intercepted a vehicle suspected to be coming from South Africa carrying two Malawi nationals using uncharted routes.

Malawians Return from South Africa

About 300 Malawians have arrived in the country from South Africa where they were feeling a pinch of a lock down the country implemented.

Teachers Bemoan Misrepresentation in COVID-19 Meetings

One of the issues in a leaked letter from Malawi’s secondary school teachers that has gone viral on social media is a concern on minimal representation in COVID-19 meetings.

Mkango Resources Donates MK10 Million Anesthetic Ventilator to QECH

Mkango Resources Limited has moved to support Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre with a donation of state of the art ventilator machine to the Mercy James Centre.

Water for People Donates to Health Facilities

An international organization, Water for People, has rescued Chikwawa, Blantyre and Chiradzulu district health offices with Covid-19 protective equipment.

COVID-19 Patients Escape Quarantine

Eight out of seventeen people who tested COVID-19 positive escaped Corona virus quarantine center at Kameza in Blantyre Monday night.

Plan International Malawi Supports Mulanje District Hospital with PPEs

Barely two weeks after donating COVID-19 sanitary materials to Mulanje District Hospital, Plan International Malawi has bailed out the facility with assorted Personal Protective Equipment to help workers in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

MSF Incorporates Female Sex Workers in Covid19 Response

Medicins Sans Frontiers has embarked on a corridor project aiming at equipping female sex workers with Covid-19 messages and protective equipment.

Neno CSOs Appeal for Increased Budget on Child Rights Protection

As schools are closed in the wake of Covid-19 outbreak, children being in the vulnerable group of people, are facing numerous abuses, ranging from infringement to the right to education, early pregnancies and marriages and taking over parental responsibilities at home.

Govt Rolls Out $10 million Radio Education Programme

Education minister, Dr. William Susuwele Banda, has launched a $10 million Emergency Radio Education Programme (EREP) to reach out to primary school learners who are in their homes in response to COVID-19.

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