Water Minister Challenges SRWB to Increase Water Supply
Minister of Water and Sanitation Abida Mia has instructed Southern Region Water Board (SRWB) to ensure that it supplies adequate, and potable water to its customers.
Conservation Agriculture Outclassing Conventional Against Climate Change Effects
A principal scientist for International Maize and wheat improvement center (CIMMYT) has tipped farmers in Malawi and southern Africa, to fully adopt conservation agriculture saying it has proved ideal amidst climate change challenges.
Rural Communities Gaining Demand Power for Development
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.
Mthawanji Features Sangie in His Single
The popular fiction writer and communications specialist, 36-year-old Dyson Mthawanji, has revealed his hidden music talent by releasing a song titled Tiye in which he has featured the songstress Sangie.
Diluting Weather Shocks Through Crop Insurance
Some smallholder farmers whom effects of climate change exposed them to food insecurity are thankful to crop insurance courtesy of the World Food Program (WFP) for safeguarding their livelihoods amidst the weather shock.
Veteran Musicians Join Environmental Conservation Effort
Some youths concerned with the negative impact of climate change in Balaka this Saturday evening bring shoulder to shoulder some veteran musicians to Maliachi lawns for a show aimed at raising funds for tree seedlings.
Project Transforms Farmers’ Livelihood in Eastern Region
Same farmers who were crying foul over poor markets for different crops when they went solo, are today boasting of better markets for same crops after forming associations and cooperatives.
When Advocacy Triumphs Over GBV and Climate Change Challenges
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.
WOLREC, OXFAM Train Police in GBV Fight
Despite Balaka district registering a seven percent decrease in gender-based violence over the past eight months, Women Legal Resource Center (WOLREC) and OXFAM say there is still a need to involve the police in addressing the same.
WHO bails out Balaka District Hospital From Fire Aftermath
The World Health Organization (WHO) has stepped in to ensure that a kitchen and information technology services are operational at Balaka district hospital, following a fire that gutted down the facility in July last year.