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Colliding Policies Choke Youth Reproductive Health Programs Mw

MULANJE: While the youth policy in Malawi promotes the provision of contraceptives including condoms to adolescents, education policy objects the same to school going youths presenting a contradiction in policy in as far as reproductive health is concerned throughout the country.


Water Woes Hit Mzuzu Central Hospital

MZUZU: The sole referral public hospital in Malawi’s northern region city of Mzuzu has been hit by a water storage facility problem to the extent that water is being rationed in wards.


Tackling Malawi Early Learners’ Reading Problems

MWANZA: The Forum for Female Educationalist in Malawi FAWEMA, A non-governmental organization which focuses on the support and promotion of girl and women’s education in Malawi says the ability to read among learners in early grades has remained a challenge in most of the African and developing countries of the world.


Regional Regulator Snubs ICT Services Providers for Poor Service

LILONGWE: The Communications Regulators Association of Southern Africa (CRASA) says many broadband operators in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region are offering customers poor quality services.


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