After massive destruction of the country’s precious tree-Mulanje Cedar, now it has emerged that the country remains with only one mature Mulanje Cedar tree on Mulanje Mountain, the tree’s natural habitat.
The Department of Disaster and Management Affairs (DODMA) has challenged civil protection committees to strategize on disaster mitigation and resilience and not only responding to disasters.
Plan International Malawi in partnership with Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD) has donated assorted vocational skill tools worth K80 million to 101 youths in Mulanje.
Amid low uptake of COVID-19 vaccines in Mulanje, Care Malawi International has rolled out COVID-19 vaccination campaign in the district through community engagements.
Over 364 hectares of pine trees that were in Mulanje Mountain Forest Reserve have been removed in a month and half.
Some retired health workers under Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) have expressed worries over discrepancies in administration of their pension contributions, relatively describing them as low and insignificant.
The Day of African Child has been commemorated in Mulanje on September 24, 2021, with a call for joint collaborations in exploring and addressing root causes of violence against children.
A tea research institution, Tea Research Foundation for Central Africa (TRFCA) has recommended use of drone agricultural spraying technology as a cost-effective technology in the tea industry.
At least 3, 021 youths who underwent training for job for youth project are yet to receive a promised start-up capital a year after the last cohort training. There were four cohorts.