24 November 2017
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Nsanje, February 27, 2017: Traditional Authority (T/A) Mbenje of Nsanje has warned traditional leaders in the district that their failure to enforce by-laws instituted to address girls’ dropout from school will lead to their dismissal. Mbenje sounded the warning on Sunday at Phokera Community Day Secondary School during an open…
Lilongwe, February 23, 2017: Catholic Development Commission of Malawi (CADECOM) has blamed rise in child labour cases on high primary school dropout rates arguing that the dropouts resort to cheap labour for survival. CADECOM Acting Diocesan Secretary for Lilongwe Diocese, Boniface Banda, brought this to light in Lilongwe Wednesday where…
Lilongwe, February 23, 2017: Parliamentary Committee on Education Chairperson Elias Chakwera said 23,000 teachers who were trained for primary school teaching are still waiting for employment. Chakwera who is also Member of Parliament (MP) for Dowa Ngala said the number has increased due to the postponement of the 9,000 teachers…
Blantyre, February 15, 2017: Active Girls Initiative Center (AGIC) says it is saddened by the increase of girls’ dropping out of school despite efforts by Non Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) to keep them in school. Speaking with the Malawi News Agency (MANA) on Wednesday, Steve Chirombo, AGIC Executive Director said there…
Mwanza February 15, 2017: Red Cross Society of Malawi has disbursed about MK20 million towards supporting 200 vulnerable secondary school students in Mwanza by paying school fees and providing them with learning materials. Mwanza Red Cross Programs Officer, Yasinta Namacha said on Tuesday that most of the money have been…
Mangochi, February 6, 2017: Youth Net and Counseling (YONECO) in partnership with SIMAVI of Netherlands has rescued 28 girls from Traditional Authorities (T/A) Makanjira and Namavi in Mangochi from child marriages through their More than Brides Project.  YONECO Project Officer for ‘More than Brides’ in Mangochi Charles Mbeba said the…
Phalombe, February 6, 2017: The National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Public Trust has expressed concern over poor female attendance to its Libraries located in various places in the district. District Civic Education Officer for Phalombe, James Chimpeni decried the situation on Monday in an interview with Malawi News Agency.…
Mwanza, February 3, 2017: The Malawi Red Cross has trained 70 youth club members in interactive drama in Mwanza with the aim that they should in turn disseminate information contained in the community resilient project being implemented by the organization to the community through drama. Red Cross is currently implementing…
Chikwawa, February 2, 2017: A total of 500 vulnerable learners from various primary and secondary schools in Chikwawa District will breathe a sigh of relief as Red Cross Malawi has provided them with full education bursaries. The revelation was made on Wednesday when officials from Red Cross Malawi Chikwawa office…
Machinga,January, 23, 2017: A skills and vocational center is under construction at Liwonde in Machinga where young people will learn vocational skills in line with government’s drive to promote entrepreneurship and create employment. District Youth Officer (DYO) for Machinga, Swidern Zuze said the skills and vocational center will offer training…

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PRESS RELEASE: Progress on Public Sector Reforms - Implementation and Milestones Achieved

PRESS RELEASE: Progress on Public Sector Reforms - Implementation and Milestones Achieved

“MAKING MALAWI WORK” The Government of Malawi continues to implement Public Sector Reforms launched by His Excellency the President on 11th February 2015. The reforms are supposed to effectively transform Malawi through effectiveness, efficiency and high-level professionalism. ...