Steve Kalungwe

Steve Kalungwe

Beyond Our Hearts Foundation with financial support from Save the Children-Italy on Monday and Tuesday conducted Community Entry and Sensitization on Localization project under the frame "Transforming Local Institutions through Empowerment for Disaster Management and Climate Resilience/Tiyende Pamodzi and Anticipatory Action."

In a bid to strengthen coordination among different stakeholders working in health-related services in Neno, the District Hospital Management there has called on all Health Technical Working Group members to show commitment.

After eight months of successful campaign on ending child marriages and harmful practices through a UNICEF funded project in Neno, stakeholders have hailed the project.

In an attempt to answer a call by the Neno District Council Disaster Risk Management Officer, the Neno North constituency member of parliament Thoko Tembo on Wednesday donated 5 bags of cement and other items to a woman who had her house gutted down by fire.

The ministry of Lands says it is optimistic that Neno police officers will occupy the 10 houses by December this year that the ministry is building for security agencies in the ambitious ten thousand security agencies houses project across the country.

Police in Neno district say they are still keeping an elderly man at Zalewa roadblock for three weeks now after an angry mob wanted to kill him at Kasamba village in the area of Senior Chief Symon on suspicion that he killed his grandson through magic.

The National Water Resources Authority has warned companies, non-governmental organizations and individuals against construction of water points without licence from the Authority.

A group of women under the banner Reach Out Foundation has today Thursday, donated assorted food and non-food items worth K500,000 to a woman in Neno whose house was gutted down by fire on 15 August, 2023.

A 30-year-old woman, Mwandida Kabitchi, who got her house burnt down in August this year in Neno district has told Zodiak Online on Wednesday that her life is now a misery as she is lacking shelter and basic necessities.

Partners in Health through its sister projects of Program On Social Economic Rights (POSER) and ASPIRE says that there is a gap in which messages targeting adolescents are crafted which end up yielding no tangible results in fighting teen pregnancies and improve access to quality health care.

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