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CCJP in K480 Million Girls Education Project

The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace CCJP will embark on a 480 million Kwacha Right to Education for a Girl Child Advocacy project that will see 4000 vulnerable girl on the verge of dropping out of school benefiting from interventions that promote their right to education in the districts of Mzimba, Rumphi and Kasungu.

Mzuzu Central Hospital Suspends All Minor Surgical operations

Authorities at Mzuzu Central Hospital have suspended conducting all minor surgical operations owing it to the limited availability of oxygen gas used for the medical procedures.

Cholera Hits Mzimba South

As Malawi continues to battle a prolonged Cholera outbreak since January this year, Mzimba south is now the latest district to register the disease with four confirmed cases.

First Suspected Cholera Case Reported in Mzuzu City

A first suspected Cholera case has been reported in Mzuzu, a disease that has killed at least 12 people in the neighboring Nkhatabay.

Media Council Worried With MACRA's Stance on License Revocations

Media Council of Malawi says MACRA’s move to revoke licenses of some media houses has the potential of promoting fake news and lead to loss of jobs.

Ownership Of Projects By Community Members To Help Make Impact

Director of Operations for World Vision Charles Chimombo says ownership of the said projects by people in communities, is one way of ensuring that development projects have a long-lasting impact in communities.

Crime Declines While Road Accidents Increase In Mzuzu

Mzuzu Police spokesperson Inspector Paul Tembo, has told Zodiak Thursday that criminal activities in the city have decreased by at least 2 percent while road accidents have increased by 16%.

Ownership Of Projects By Community Members To Help Make Impact

Director of Operations for World Vision Charles Chimombo says ownership of the said projects by people in communities, is one way of ensuring that development projects have a long-lasting impact in communities.

Cholera Threat in Mzuzu

Water and Environmental, Sanitation Network Network Vice Chairperson for the north Tirivanhu Tizifa has warned that continued poor sanitation and hygiene in Mzuzu can be a catalyst of Cholera outbreak in the northern region city which is a major recipient of food supplies from Nkhata bay, a district that has been hit hard by the disease.

Lowe Wants Tobacco Farmers to Earn More

The Minister of Agriculture, Lobin Lowe, says his goal this season is to ensure that farmers benefit fully from their tobacco sales, unlike in the past when they would incur losses as most of their profits were channeled to repayment of loans.

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