The four year child marriages’ elimination project dubbed Enabling Girls to Advance Gender Equity (ENGAGE) implemented in Thyolo and Phalombe districts has come to an end with implementers satisfied with results on the ground.
The department of the immigration in the eastern region has assured communities living in the bordering villages in the region of a 24-hour border security.
Traditional Authority (T/A) Phambala of Ntcheu has called stakeholders in the district for a consecrated efforts in the fight against HIV/Aids arguing it is key in reducing the pandemic.
Women under the banner Just Associates has called on its members to stand film and fight HIV alongside Covid-19.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security says mobile markets are the only options to ease congestion and struggles in buying farm inputs under the Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) registered in most selling points across the country.
Satemwa Primary School in Mulanje has registered 100% re-enrollment rate of girls impregnated during COVID-19 holiday.
Women under the banner Justice Associates has called on its members to stand film and fight HIV alongside Covid-19.
The National Registration Bureau (NRB) has conceded that over eight million children in Malawi under the age of 16 are being denied the right to legal identity for their speedy access to justice and other social services.
Concerned with high levels of unemployment among youths in Ntcheu, child focus organization, Save the Children said will release 42.6 Million Kwacha as start-up capital to 90 youth groups in the district.
National Planning Commission has advised the donor community to review their reporting style on Malawi’s development which discourages potential investors from coming to Malawi.
A study conducted by students and lecturers from Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR), has revealed that a section of the urban poor are at most risk to the threat of COVID-19.