Ministry of National Unity has intensified campaigns against corruption through citizen engagement (pabwalo) on integrity and moral education with communities in the districts.
Tipindule Village Bank which started in 2010 with only 20 women has gifted themselves with K27 million within a period of six months.
Youths and women in Senior Chief Chanthunya in Balaka district have attributed their success in cotton farming to study circle approach that is addressing several issues in access to cotton seed and income through diversifying into goat production among others.
Community Energy Malawi (CEM) through its Rural energy access - through social transformation Enterprise and decentralization (EASE) project conducted an awareness campaign in partnership with Malawi Regulatory Authority (MERA) and Malawi Bureau of Standards in Sub Traditional Authority Chakanza in Balaka District to raise awareness on standards of renewable energy technologies in Malawi.
Balaka district leprosy officer George Anafi has told Zodiak that there is need for an aggressive surveillance system in place to detect leprosy cases following 16 new cases that have resurfaced in the district but was quick to applaud the integration of leprosy and Tuberculosis as an exciting news since leprosy drastically scaled down after funding was halted in 1994.
The Centre for Water, Sanitation Health and Appropriate Technology Development (WASHTED) at the Malawi University of Business Studies and Applied Sciences (MUBAS) in conjunction with University of Strathclyde and Rural Energy Access through Social Enterprise (EASE) project partners, says there is need for collaborated effort to promote sustainable renewable technologies in marginalized rural communities in Malawi.
Springs of Hope, a youth organization based in Balaka says it is committed to tackle climate change.
Prophet Patson Gondwe of Good News Ministries has reached out to 304 households with food items most of which are the elderly and people with disabilities.
Eagles Relief Development Programme International says it is high time that government and development partners moved away from disaster response but rather focus on disaster risk reduction.