The Malawi Law Commission has engaged Dedza based School Health and Nutrition (SHN) teachers and Primary Education Advisors (PEAs) on child and gender related laws to ensure that children are protected from all sorts of abuse.
Maula prison has transferred 58 young offenders who are preparing for their Primary School Leaving Certificate, Junior Certificate of Education and Malawi School Certificate of Education examinations to Bvumbwe Young Offenders Rehabilitation Centre in Thyolo district due to lack of learning facilities at the prison.
Members of Northern Region Police Women Network have been urged to take a leading role in fighting gender based violence (GBV) by ensuring that all perpetrators of GBV related crimes are brought to book.
Coalition for Empowerment of Women and Girls (CEWAG) has expressed satisfaction with the country’s performance in enhancing gender equality as the country commemorates 16 days of activism against Gender Based Violence (GBV).
The Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) Deputy Vice Chancellor Agnes Mwangwela has explained the importance of walking away from gender based violence to ensure that everyone enjoys the right to liberty and education at the campus.