The United Nations International Emergency Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has underscored the need for various partners to join hands in eliminating cholera in Nsanje district.
The Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi, Ingrid Mikelsen has expressed worry that despite more children attending early childhood and primary education, a few of them proceed to secondary school.
After eight months of successful campaign on ending child marriages and harmful practices through a UNICEF funded project in Neno, stakeholders have hailed the project.
The Parent and Child Health Initiative in collaboration with UNICEF has joined hands with government in ending child marriages and eradicating harmful practices that fuel gender based violence in neno district.
At the age of 13, Ruth is the only child in Ganunga’s family of six to walk in the corridors of a secondary school as a student.
Precious is three years old. But he can neither walk nor sit. Neither can he speak.
UNICEF with support from the Chinese Government has donated one motorcycle and nine bicycles to the Mulanje District Social Welfare Office to enhance its response to violence against children.