Steve Kalungwe

Steve Kalungwe

FPAM Revives YAM in Neno

In a bid to make sexual reproductive health messages reach the youth for a reduction in number of teen pregnancies in Neno district, Family Planning Association of Malawi has revamped its youth arm, Youth Action Movement (YAM) with an aim of making teen pregnancies history in this Covid19 era.

In a bid to minimize climatic shocks that people face during disasters, especially for those in rural and hard to reach areas, Neno District Disaster Desk Office has drilled Village Civil Protection Committees (VCPC'S) on how to forecast a disaster through signs and symptoms and mitigate the impact.

Owner of I-TECH Solutions, Israel Kondowe, has donated Covid-19 prevention materials such as face masks and sanitizers to Neno CCAP Church.

Due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases in the country, children’s return to Early Childhood Development Centers is still uncertain.

In the just ended Fresh Presidential Election and in the whole genesis of the journey, the youth were at the centre stage, advocating for a wind of change which at last blew across the country.

Neno district tuberculosis tracking team has lamented that they are failing to trace Tuberculosis cases in the district saying they are at sixty nine percent against the national recommendation of seventy percent.

Police in Neno district with the help of VALE logistics has awarded community policing forums in the district for their outstanding work in protecting rail lines and reducing crime among the communities surrounding the lines.

The World Bank has pumped in $60 million towards improving nutritional status of under five children in Neno district under Investing in Early Years Project.

Blantyre Synod of the CCAP through its education department with funding from Save the Children Malawi, is training a total of 60 teachers in special needs education in Neno district in a bid to make inclusive education achievable.

Following heavy and storm rains that fell on 27th May this year in Neno district and devastated over 157 people, the Red Cross Society in Neno district has come to the rescue of the affected with temporary shelter materials as the affected await to construct their own permanent houses.

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