Blessings Kang'ombe

Blessings Kang'ombe

The Ntcheu District Health Office says it is in a mobility crisis, as only four of its 10 ambulances are functional, serving a population of 800 thousand people across the district.

Government say it has used 250 million kwacha to procure 40 thousand doses of vaccines from Botswana to fight foot and mouth outbreak in Neno, Nsanje and Chikwawa districts.

The Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC says in November, it will submit to Parliament it’s final report on the review of constituency and ward boundaries.

Minister of Health, Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda says authorities are in the process of identifying contractors to work on constructing 900 health posts across the country.

Some 100 households who were affected by tropical storm Ana in Traditional Authority-T/A Champiti in Ntcheu, can now afford a smile, three months after the disaster hit the area, rendering many families destitute.

Director of Health and Social Services for Ntcheu Dr. Steven Macheso says setting up a paying ward at the district hospital has cost authorities, MK30 Million, with a projection to rake in MK1 to MK3 Million per month in revenue.

An international organization, Trocaire says ending gender-based violence-GBV among women and girls in Malawi and Africa is possible if corroborative efforts from all stakeholders are strengthened.

Renowned preacher and public speaker, Pastor Aubrey Mwasinga is set to launch a book on 8th April 2022.

The office of the Director of Public Prosecution -DPP has finally filed an appeal to the Zomba High Court against the lower court’s ruling in Ntcheu which last month acquitted Vincent Dzimadzi on charges of an act intended to cause grievous harm to a 14-year-old boy.

There is hope for improved livelihoods among 100 households of Dzoole village, Inkosi Kwataine in Ntcheu following the distribution of livestock courtesy of Future4All Malawi.

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