People with disabilities in Mulanje district have called for continued sensitizations on COVID-19 prevention measures as their status puts them at serious risks of contracting coronavirus.
An international women's rights body, JUST ASSOCIATES (JASS) has expressed concern over the limited delivery of messages meant to counter gender-based violence due to Covid-19 public gathering restrictions.
The world on March 14, celebrated the fifth annual commemoration of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) with a call for nations to uphold peace building despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Eating has no holiday. We eat to live.” Bakali Ishmael, 73, has no kind words for COVID-19.
As the country continues to feel the pinch of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, Mangochi Community Technical College (MCTC) has come up with an improved version of a hand sanitizing facility.
COVID-19 can lock institutions' operations down, but not Women Forum of Phalombe district in Malawi’s Southern Region.
Minister of Tourism and Culture, Michael Usi, has assured captains in tourism industry not to lose hope with the collapsing of their business due to the devastating COVID-19.
Care Malawi International says it has invested $1 million (approximately K780 million) in COVID-19 interventions across 14 districts of Malawi.
The National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust says it has directed much of its energy towards sensitizing masses on COVID-19 prevention measures and clearing myths surrounding the disease.
Health experts have attributed a drop in COVID-19 positive cases and deaths that the country is witnessing to, among other factors, strict observance of preventive measures.