Some communities in Zomba, Chikwawa, Machinga and Balaka districts are boasting about utilizing their skill to demand developments from duty bearers according to their priorities, ousting imposition.
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.
People of Traditional Authority Nkula in Machinga Likwenu constituency have joined efforts to address issues of climate change that have left five of their bridges washed away among other consequences.
Trees have wantonly been cut down in most parts of Balaka north.
Senior Chief Liwonde Machinga district has called on government and its development partners to drill more boreholes in his area as those available are located far from the people.