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.
Co-Chairperson for the Presidential Taskforce on Covid-19 and Cholera, Dr Wilfred Chalamira Nkhoma, has emphasised on the need for Malawi to be on high alert of Cholera outbreak in the border districts if the country is to mitigate the disease and eradicate it by 2030.
The Malawi Health Equity Network (MHEN), has emphasised the importance of collaboration between Health Surveillance Assistants (HSAs) and mother care groups for the success of the implementation of Immunisation Strengthening project.
Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Dr Samson Ndolo, has expressed concern that people across the country travel long distances to access health services, a situation he described as worrisome in the provision of quality healthcare.
Kasungu District Health Office (DHO) has unveiled a cholera response plan with a call to stakeholders to support the blueprint so that the district maintains the zero-case status in the current cholera season.
Germany and Malawi governments have signed a bilateral agreement for a EUR 16 million (about K30 billion) additional financing through KFW to implement reproductive health activities phase III under the N’zatonse Programme.