Neno DHO Records First Maternal Cholera Death
Neno district health authorities say they have registered a first maternal death due to cholera at Ligowe health centre, bringing the total number of cholera deaths to four.
MWASIP Graduates Field School Farmers in Neno
The Malawi Watershed Services Improvement Project in partnership with Neno district council, has today graduated three hundred Farmer Field School farmers in Neno district in Conservation Agriculture.
SCI, NN Council Develop Early Disaster Warning Models
Save the Children-Italy, Neno district council and Beyond our Hearts Foundation have developed Neno district early disaster warning systems using both traditional and scientific methods.
USADF Grants MK119 Million to Luwani Corporative
The United States Africa Development Foundation through Umodzi Consulting have signed a K119 million grant to Luwani Producers and Marketing Corporative Limited in Neno district in a bid to improve the livelihood of rural people including those with Non-Communicable Diseases.
Girls Get Equal Project Empowers Girls Education
In a bid to promote girls education, a local organization Point of Progress is implementing a five year project called " Girls Get Equal" with an aim of reducing early forced marriages.
Neno Youth Dared to Form Cooperatives
Neno District Youth Officer (DYO) Hope Mwafulirwa has challenged the youth in the country to unite if they wish to transform their lives and the economic status of the country.
Suicide Rocks Neno
HRCC Condemns Purported Rape of a Girl at Mlakho Ceremony
The Human Rights Consultative Committee has condemned the alleged defilement of a girl at this year's Mulhako wa aLhomwe cultural festival which took place over the weekend at Chonde in Mulanje.
Neno District Council Drilled in Disaster Risk Management
Members of the Neno District Council have been called upon to strengthen coordination and communication with Village and District Civil Protection Committees in a bid to reduce risks in times of disaster.
Public Health Act Amendment Receives Mixed Reactions
The recommendation by the Special Law Commission, to have a cost sharing between the government and the public when accessing public health facilities in the country has been received with mixed reactions.