Musician Che Wikise Baba has donated assorted food and non-food items to survivors of floods in Salima as a way of appreciating supporting he gets from his fans.
Oxfam says there is still a growing need for stakeholders in the sexual and reproductive health sector to up their game in advocating and lobbying for increased domestic funding towards SRHR commodities like family planning services.
Some survivors of floods that have left thousands homeless in Salima are suggesting a business capital if they are to recover from the disaster shocks.
In an effort to conserve the natural resources in Lake Malawi National Park, Ripple Africa on Friday handed over two boats to the government through the ministry of Tourist Culture and Wildlife for patrols.
District Commissioner for Salima Grace Chirwa Kanyimbiri has expressed worry over a registered increase in crimes rate in the district in 2021 appealing to stakeholders to up the game and address the issue collaboratively.
JCM Power a company that is producing solar electricity in Salima has on Thursday handed over a 10 million kwacha worth clinic at Katawa Health centre to be used for Covid-19 screening and testing among other things with a call to the community members not to relax on Covid-19 preventive measures adherence.
Commissioner for Department of Disaster Relief Management Affairs DODMA, Charles Kalemba has pleaded with the beneficiaries of maize in the lean period response to make good use of the maize they are receiving so it can take them through to the harvesting period.
First Lady Monica Chakwera says there is a growing need for women's economic empowerment interventions in the country mainly in rural areas of Malawi to achieve sustainable development and end poverty.
Governments in Eastern and Southern Africa have been called upon to improve disaster management and financing to lessen the impact of disasters increasing due to climate change.
Women Legal Resource Centre (WOLREC) has bemoaned continued infringement on rights of women on Land ownership in Salima saying this is affecting development as most women are the ones involved in farming compared to men.