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.
Balaka has become the first district in the country to transact Social Cash Transfer (SCT) services on full E-payment unlike others who are still on hard cash.
Balaka District Council says it has set aside K27 million for constructing Balaka District Hospital Guardian shelter which will commerce between the months of April - June this year.
First Lady Monica Chakwera on Tuesday presided over the opening of a paying ward at Balaka District Hospital.
Bishop Brighton Malasa has called upon all women to vaccinate their children against Polio, and Covid-19 which he said have far reaching consequences to human life.
Women in Balaka have lauded government and civil society organizations for the expertise that have empowered them to engage in various businesses and contain climate change.
Head of preventive health for Balaka District Hospital (DHO) Blessings Chitsime, says all eighteen health facilities in the district have registered a good number of vaccinated under5 children which is above 64% of the figure being recorded daily.