Chrispine Msiska

Chrispine Msiska

Health workers in Balaka say they are now relieved of stress they had to contain cholera cases, thanks to Save the Children and other partners for beefing up staff.

Balaka Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have tipped health authorities in the district not to relax but to step up efforts in fighting against cholera.

Balaka based brothers, Wiski and Lapken Hassan, have for twenty years now been surviving and employing young people on tyre body plies trade (linya).

Balaka District Hospital Director of Health and Social Services, Dr Eugene Katenga Kaunda has conceded a challenge in Information Communication Technology - ICT equipment for data collection in health facilities.

Malawi National association of the deaf (MANAD) has asked authorities to consider coming up with a secondary school for learners with hearing impairment.

A Balaka-based Tithandizane youth organization (TIYSO) says it will embark on part-time technical skill lessons as part of youth empowerment.

Youths in Balaka have been urged to embrace mindset change towards the Malawi 2063 development blueprint.

Education stakeholders in Balaka have bemoaned mining activities happening at Phalula in the district as a set back to education as nine out of 190 pupils at Chitimbe Primary School have written the final term examinations.

world Vision International (WVI) has finished its works in the areas of traditional authorities Nkaya and Phimbi in Balaka district after being there for 15 years.

First Grade Magistrate Phillip Chibwana in Balaka has granted bail to Geoffrey Chimphonda, a foreman at Macbuilt Construction Company who was arrested last Friday for allegedly stealing 400 bags of cement worth 4.6 million kwacha.

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