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Christian Aid, CICOD donate...

Christian Aid and Circle for Integrated Community Development (CICOD) on Friday,  donated Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) items to people affected by Cyclone Freddy at Ngabu Sports Club Camp and Pakamwa Camp in the areas of Traditional Authorities Ngabu and Makhuwira. 

Japan donates 28 vehicles,...

The Japanese Government, through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), has donated 28 three tonner hino trucks and five units of cold rooms with generators to the Malawi Government.

Chilima for speedy rehabilitation...

Vice President, Dr. Saulos Chilima on Thursday  called for speedy rehabilitation of Muloza bridge which was partly swept away by floods.

Malawi Govt sees potential...

Secretary to the Treasury (ST) Dr. MacDonald Mafuta Mwale has expressed Malawi Government’s commitment to providing continued financing for research, science, technology and innovation in an effort to achieve import substitution and wealth creation.

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Luntha Television plants 800 trees along Lilongwe River

Luntha Television has joined Likuni Girls Secondary School, with guidance from the Lilongwe City Council (LCC), in planting 800 trees in City Centre and along Lilongwe River in an effort to conserve the environment.

Smallholder farmers urged to use Plant Catalyst to boost yield

United States (US)-based agro-product company, the Plant Catalyst, has urged smallholder farmers in Malawi to adopt and use Plant Catalyst to boost their yields.

Minister Ng’oma fulfills his K1.5m salary promise to Chilobwe residents

Minister of Homeland Security Ken Zikhale Ng'oma has fulfilled his promise of donating K1.5 million from his salary to Tropical Cyclone Freddy survivors in Chilobwe, Blantyre.

TB fight, leprosy elimination needs more investment

Deputy Minister of health Halima Daudi has expressed the need for more investment in efforts to fight against tuberculosis (TB) and leprosy in Malawi.

Minister Wirima calls for researchers to come up with innovative solutions for humanitarian crises

Minister of Education Madalitso Kambauwa Wirima has called upon researchers to come up with innovative solutions to solve the humanitarian crisis through modelling climate change and its impacts.

Government impressed with Joint Program on Girls Education

Deputy Minister of Education Nancy Chaola Mdooko has said the government is impressed with Joint Program on Girls Education, citing improvement in class attendance, reduction in school dropout, and improved examination pass rate.

Cardiovascular camp postponed due to cyclone Freddy effects

The Tanzania High Commission has postponed the International Joint Medical camp on cardiovascular care, which was scheduled to take place 20th to 25th March, 2023 due to cyclone Freddy effects.

NPC, NCST to launch National Research Agenda

The National Planning Commission (NPC) in collaboration with National Commission for Science and Technology (NCST) will launch the National Research Agenda (NRA) as one of the strategic catalysts for the implementation of Malawi 2063’s first 10 year plan (MIP-1).

Farm Radio Trust to launch Mlimi Radio on March 26

The Farm Radio Trust (FRT) has announced the launch of Mlimi Radio, which has been established to provide up-to-date and accurate information to farmers for sustainable livelihoods.

Tanzania donates $1m, helicopters, food and humanitarian assistance to Malawi

The Republic of Tanzania has donated a cash support amounting $1million to Malawi towards national disasters caused by cyclone Freddy.

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