Some smallholder farmers whom effects of climate change exposed them to food insecurity are thankful to crop insurance courtesy of the World Food Program (WFP) for safeguarding their livelihoods amidst the weather shock.
Some youths concerned with the negative impact of climate change in Balaka this Saturday evening bring shoulder to shoulder some veteran musicians to Maliachi lawns for a show aimed at raising funds for tree seedlings.
Same farmers who were crying foul over poor markets for different crops when they went solo, are today boasting of better markets for same crops after forming associations and cooperatives.
When Lake Chilwa dried up in 2017 to an extent that fishermen could no longer ply their trade, families on the other hand started feeling the pinch.
Despite Balaka district registering a seven percent decrease in gender-based violence over the past eight months, Women Legal Resource Center (WOLREC) and OXFAM say there is still a need to involve the police in addressing the same.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has stepped in to ensure that a kitchen and information technology services are operational at Balaka district hospital, following a fire that gutted down the facility in July last year.
African Parks Majete Wildlife Reserve has handed over a K22 million worth school block with two classrooms at Futsa Community Day Secondary School in Mwanza.
As one way of promoting cultural co-existence, MEPIC private primary school in Balaka on Friday organised a cultural day aimed at instilling the spirit from childhood.
Ministry of local government has urged district councils to develop websites to ease public access to information they currently strive for.