PIH Gears for More Equity in Health Delivery

Partners in Health in Neno district, has on Monday, reiterated that it will tirelessly ensure that there is timely provision of essential drugs and health care to the people of Neno especially those on palliative care.

Police in Neno Donate Food to NN DHO

Men in uniform have donated food to Neno district hospital in a bid to ease food challenges patients admitted to the facility face.

Mulanje District Council Making Strides in Reducing Stunting

Authorities in Mulanje have disclosed that they are making positive strides in reducing stunting after reducing the nutrition-related disorder from 34% to below 30% in the past four years.

Science Teacher Wins Toyota Vitz in Balaka District

A Science teacher of Mpilisi Community Day Secondary School in Balaka district, Humphrey Sandram, has won the grand prize of Toyota Vitz in the NBS Bank “Win a Car Promotion.”

Science Teacher Wins Toyota Vitz in Balaka District

A Science teacher of Mpilisi Community Day Secondary School in Balaka district, Humphrey Sandram, has won the grand prize of Toyota Vitz in the NBS Bank “Win a Car Promotion.”

Pastor Belo has a Rape Case to Answer - Magistrate

Senior Resident Magistrate Assunta Maxwell, has this Tuesday found a Pastor Wyson Belo of Chisomo Ministry in Thyolo with a case to answer on allegations that he raped two women of his congregation under the guise he was anointing them.

Thyolo Councilors Feel Robbed of their Roles

Some ward councilors in Thyolo claim the coming in of Personal Assistants (PAs) for Parliamentarians is threatening decentralization principles since they have taken over their roles in the administration of the Constituency Development Funds (CDF).

Government Urges Councils To Check Against Handing Over Unfinished Projects

The Ministry of Local Government has instructed local authorities to ensure development partners finish all essential facilities that would make their structures function immediately after handover. 

28 Girls Drop Out at Thuchira Secondary School

Amid reports of continued dropout of girls from school, it has been revealed that at least 28 girls from a form four class of 116 students at Thuchira Community Day Secondary School in Mulanje District will not write this years Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations after dropping out of school along the way.

GM Cotton Helps Malawian Farmers Stand Impact of Climate Change

It has been four years since cotton farmers in Malawi were introduced to genetically modified (GM) cotton seed whose main aim is to deal with bollworms. These are the deadliest pests for the crop, capable of reducing yields by over half if not controlled.  

CYFCI Amplifies the Young Voice

At the age of 13, Ruth is the only child in Ganunga’s family of six to walk in the corridors of a secondary school as a student.

Thyolo ECOM-Nyasa Mission, Locals Disagree Over School Ownership

A disagreement has ensued between the Evangelical Church of Malawi-Nyasa Mission and the community members of Kajawo over the ownership of Namjodi Primary school in Thyolo.

New School-Attached Hardship Allowance to Retain Teachers in Rural Areas - Ministry

Government says it is in the final stage of rolling out the World Bank funded school-attached hardship allowance disbursement which it believes will help to retain primary school teachers in rural areas.

Thyolo to Enforce By-laws on Affected Banana

In a desperate attempt to revamping banana industry, authorities in Thyolo have resorted to formulating the by-laws to punish some farmers who are resistant to uproot the plantains attacked by banana bunchy-top virus.

Hunger Affecting Class Concentration of Some Learners in Mulanje

A Mulanje Based NGO- Mnyamata Education says shortage of food in most households is affecting concentration of primary school learners from hunger-stricken families on their education.

Ex-Detainees and Returnees to Drag Government to Court over Compensations

Ex-Detainees and Returnees Association of Malawi, a grouping of Malawians who suffered human rights violations during one party era, says it will drag government to court in October if their compensations are not settled.

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