Chinolampeni Community Day Secondary School in Phalombe has been operating without a science laboratory and library for over two decades.
Oxfam Canada Chief Executive Director Lauren Ravon, says there is need of more support for people affected by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy (TCF) to aid them recover from the effects of the disaster which hit the southern region districts early this year.
Phalombe District Council has issued a stern warning to parents who are sending their children to work as house-boys where they are selling some items in various trading centres.
A charitable organization Operation Smile Malawi says it has reached 38 people who were affected by Tropical cyclone Freddy with food and iron sheets to help them recover from the shocks.
A local organization in Phalombe - Ufulu Wathu has called on the corporate world and organizations to continue helping cyclone Freddy survivors with food as they have nothing to lean on.
Centre for Human Rights Education, Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) has reiterated calls for the government to rehabilitate or else relocate the inmates at Zomba Maximum prison to other correctional facilities, years after Malawi Prison Inspectorate declared the prison unfit, owing to its state.
The Lilongwe Wildlife Trust (LWT) has warned communities living around Mulanje mountain reserve to be on high alert on the invasive alien species which are spreading and choking aquatic life besides affecting agricultural production in the process.
Development Communications Trust (DCT) has called on journalists in the country to report objectively on issues concerning children and the youth arguing their actions in such reports can perpetrate violence against minors.
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