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."
A reproductive health specialist has warned that the country will continue to register increased cases of post abortion complications unless all females of the reproductive age group are encouraged to go for contraceptives.
Malawi will host this year’s International Vocational Education and Training Association (IVETA) World Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Conference from 14 - 16 November, 2023.
In a heartwarming display of community spirit and support for the beautiful game, Tutla, recently made a generous donation to the renowned Super League team, MAFCO FC. The donation, valued at an impressive 3 million Kwacha, consisted of high-quality football boots that are set to elevate MAFCO FC's performance on the pitch.
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.
Parkstreet Conventional Savings, Loan and Investment (PACOSALI) Foundation, a local money lending organization says collaterals and high interest rates bar poor people from accessing loans.
In Malawi, unemployment statistics are hard to come by but a critical look at some data shows the country has a huge crisis at hand - a crisis that needs urgent attention.
The Ministry of Agriculture says it is yet to decide on farmer contribution of fertilizer and goats for this year’s Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP).
The Legal Affairs Committee of parliament on Thursday sent back an advocate, Denis Mahata of the Save Malawi Initiative from a meeting over failure to provide proper arguments on demands to amend some clauses in the constitution.
Minister of Transport Jacob Hara has conceded poor workmanship on a 27-kilometer Nsanje-Marka road that has cost over K11 billion.
A senior education official in Mulanje has challenged children that were affected by the Tropical Cyclone Freddy and dropped out of school to go back to school as life has to go back to normal after the disaster.