A family NGO in Mulanje, the Pangani Foundation on Friday officially handed over about twenty concrete desks it has constructed at Mulanje Mission Primary School.
Close to 3000 girls in Mulanje have been withdrawn from child marriages and sent back to school under the Girls Get Equal project which the Point of Progress (POP) is implementing in the district.
Foundation of Girls Education and Health Network (FOGEAHN), a local Non-governmental organization working in Neno district, has today, Thursday, donated school bags, exercise books and other learning materials to over 70 learners at Nanzanga primary school.
The Malawi Watershed Services Improvement Program (Mwasip) has on Thursday disbursed a K170 million grant to four Neno district Catchment Management Committees as a token of appreciation for their environmental management efforts.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved the $174 million Extended Credit Facility (ECF) to run for the next four years, president Lazarus Chakwera has announced.
The Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAMA) has asked private owned schools not to compromise the recommended school calendar because of the devaluation of the local currency.
Lilongwe – November 13: As a father of three young children, Wezson Mkombero quickly realized that parenting involves more than knowing how to properly install a car seat or enforcing bedtime—it also involves teaching intangible skills like displaying kindness.
Chiradzulu Central Parliamentarian, McTimes Malowa has justified a K10 million zonal youth sports league initiative he has been implementing in his constituency amid concerns that such initiatives are misallocation of resources.
Youth for Development and Productivity (YODEP) on Saturday handed over to government a full primary school which it has constructed at Malombe education zone in Mangochi district.
Despite some Saving and Credit Cooperative Organisations (SACCOs) in the country posting notable profits and growth over the years, its umbrella body Malawi Union of Savings and Credit Cooperatives (Muscco) admits growth could have been tremendous if fully embraced technology.
The limited regulatory response to financial technology in Malawi is impeding the diversification of the fintech sector, a crucial industry with the potential to enhance financial accessibility in rural areas and during natural disasters.
A local Non-Governmental Organization in Nsanje, Action for Rural Development, has decried gaps in Early Childhood Development (ECD) services in the district.