Vanani Nyirenda

Vanani Nyirenda

Adolescent girls and young women in Mzimba south have complained of a lack of privacy and confidentiality at health facilities which they say compromises their access to ARVs and sexual reproductive health services.

Various stakeholders engaged in the protection of forest reserves in Mzimba have been drilled on how courts operate in the prosecution of offenders who have committed forest-related crimes.

Mzimba South district social welfare office has urged parents to closely monitor their children's use of cyber spaces to ensure that they are not prone to online abuse.

The Ministry of Labor has launched the National advocacy and communication strategy which has been described as key in the dissemination of messages and measures aimed at fighting child labor in the country.

A grouping calling itself Hora Road Construction initiators in Mzimba Hora Constituency have mobilised themselves to embark on rehabilitation of 24 kilometers earth road from Ngomiyawo to Mtantha turnoff to ease mobility challenges to health facilities surrounding the area.

The Forestry department has embarked on recruitment of armed forestry guards to offload the responsibility of protecting forest reserves from the Malawi Defence Force which has a sole responsibility to guard the nation.

A Mzuzu based Non Governmental Organization - Purple Innovations for women and girls has deplored continued cases of gender based violence in the area of Inkosi Chindi in Mzimba which are impacting negatively on the social economic rights of women and girls.

Some Traditional Leaders in Mzimba have blamed police officers for what they term is blocking access to justice by demanding bribes from suspects to be granted bail.

Community Development authorities in Mzimba have called on non-state actors in the early childhood development programs to consider supporting adult literacy education which faces numerous challenges such as lack of teaching and learning materials due to low funding.

Community Development authorities in Mzimba have called on non-state actors in the early childhood development programs to consider supporting adult literacy education which faces numerous challenges such as lack of teaching and learning materials due to low funding.

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