The Feminist Macro-Economic Alliance Malawi (FEAM) has joined calls for the international community to consider cancelling Malawi’s debt saying economic hardships are set to escalate due to the country’s high debt with both the international and local community.
Veronica Mwale of Zodiak won the 2020 MISA Malawi Green Award for her special report on the existing conflict between humans and wildlife.
United Nations Resident Coordinator Maria Jose Torres has reiterated the need for Malawi to modernize how people work particularly, extension workers, if Malawi is to register improvements in its goal of achieving food security.
The Parliamentary Committee on Budget has admitted there is a need for members of Parliament to revisit some areas of the proposed 2020/21 budget saying there are some economic challenges that were not considered during its formulation.
In an effort to prevent further spread of the Coronavirus especially among students National Initiative for Civic Education-NICE Trust has embarked on a sensitization exercise that will among others focus on the use of arts and theater to easily reach students with COVID19 messages.
Kamuzu Central Hospital Director Dr. Jonathan Ngoma has emphasized the need for the country’s mental health system to be improved especially now when COVID19 front line health workers need psychosocial assistance more than ever.
The United States Government has pledged continued support towards the fight against the COVID19 pandemic.
The Public Affairs Committee says it expects the new leadership to abide to commitments it made in bringing change and development in Malawi.
The Public Affairs Committee-PAC says it expects the new leadership to abide to commitments it made in bringing change and development in Malawi.
Leader for the Citizens for Transformation movement, Timothy Mtambo has called upon the newly elected president and his vice to ensure that it appoints leaders that will put the needs of the people first.