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Blantyre to roll out K180m direct support to health facilities

Blantyre District Council is geared to roll out a US$100,000 (approximately K180 million) Direct Facility Financing (DFF) to support health centres, dispensaries and community hospitals address minor and urgent needs affecting health service delivery.

Blantyre DC dates head teachers, PEAs

District Commissioner for Blantyre, Alex Mdooko, has advised head teachers from primary schools under Blantyre Rural South West Education Division to desist from chasing learners out of classes because of school development fund and uniforms.

Government encourages tree planting along river banks

Minister of Natural Resources and Climate Change Michael Usi has encouraged Malawians to utilise the National Forestry Season by planting more trees along the river banks as one way of restoring and protecting the rivers and conserving the environment.
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Blantyre District Council approves 2024/2025 budget

Blantyre District Council has approved a K44.7 billion budget for the 2024/2025 financial year, an increase of 55 percent from the previous budget that was pegged at K28.7 billion.Blantyre District Council,

DC calls for professionalism, integrity

District Commissioner for Blantyre, Alex Mdooko, has challenged Unified Beneficiary Registry (UBR) enumerators to exercise professionalism, integrity and loyalty during household data collection exercise to ensure collection of accurate information that shall help in the implementation of social protection programmes in the district.

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Nkhata Bay records 73 pink eye cases

Nkhata Bay District Health Office (DHO) has announced that the district has recorded 73 cases of pink eye disease at Chintheche Rural Hospital since February 14, 2024.

Chakwera hails late Geingob as a great freedom fighter

President Dr Lazarus Chakwera has hailed the late President of the Republic of Namibia, Hage Geingob, as an icon and hero of the African continent who played a pivotal role as a freedom fighter.

ATM Strategy to boost Malawi’s Economy in 2024/2025 Budget

Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Simplex Chithyola Banda, says government has committed itself to recover the country’s economy through Agriculture, Tourism and Mining (ATM) strategy.

Govt presents optimistic MK5.89tn aimed at increasing production, putting money in people’s pockets

The Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Simplex Chithyola Banda, on Friday afternoon presented the MK5.89 trillion 2024-2025 national budget that spells out a number of interventions aimed at healing the national economy.
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