The Center For Social Concern says failure by citizens to demand transparency and accountability in the use of public finances is a major setback contributing to rising corruption in the country and a widening gap among the poor and the rich.
An economic governance arm for the Catholic Church in Malawi, Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) says poor public finance management is hampering implementation of development initiatives that would benefit the citizenry.
Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) says delays to complete debt funded projects is milking the country's much needed resources for development.
Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) says government should consider trickling down of relevant information on development to district councils to spur transparency and accountability.
Two Well-known organizations have complained that the high cost of living is fueling corruption and prostitution in Malawi as citizens struggle to make ends meet.