BT Synod for Buddy Learning in Neno
Blantyre Synod of the CCAP through its education department is mobilizing learners in groups of five with supervision of Parent Teacher Association (PTA) to advance learning amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Mangochi Investigates COVID-19 Patient
Health authorities in Mangochi say they are still investigating more on possible index case of Covid-19 that was found in the district last Saturday as the patient has been ruled out to be the source.
Govt Takes Modules to Rural Students
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it will soon start distribution of learning modules to secondary school students in rural areas to ensure that learning is not compromised in the wake of covid-19 pandemic.
Stakeholders Worry of Teenage Pregnancies
As schools remain closed due to COVID-19 threats, there are fears some girls might fall pregnant and fail to go back to school going by their displayed behaviors.
VOICES Repairs Boreholes in Chikwawa
A youth centered organization, VOICES, has repaired boreholes in Chikwawa district with a call to communities to adhere to good hygiene practices in the wake of COVID 19.
Red Cross Goes Door to Door on Covid-19
The Malawi Red Cross Society has started a door to door message dissemination campaign on Coronavirus to make sure that people have correct messages on the pandemic.
Concern Worldwide in Fight Against COVID-19
In response to the threat posed by the global COVID 19 pandemic, Concern worldwide has supported Nsanje District Council to implement some activities in the Corona Virus Response Plan.
Neno ACPC Chooses Covid-19 as its "hazard" in 2020 Disaster Focus Area
As the country now has confirmed 36 cases of the novel Covid-19 pandemic, Neno District Area Civil Protection Committee (ACPC) has settled for Covid-19 pandemic as their main focus area in this year's disaster mitigation calendar.
BT DHO Pleads for More support
Director of Health and Social Services in Blantyre, Dr Gift Kawalazira, says there is a need for more health support such as the Personal Protective Equipment as most (PPE) is disposable.
APM Apologizes to Churches over Police Action
President Arthur Peter Mutharika has apologized to churches in Balaka after police on Sunday chased worshipers as part of efforts against spread of Corona virus.