21 August 2018
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Lilongwe, September 13: The Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) on Monday donated MK1.5 Million to Beautify Malawi Trust (BEAM) for the education of a girl child. The financial support complements to the trust’s efforts of ensuring that girls particularly the vulnerable complete their education and by that way, fulfill their…
      Ntcheu, September 10: Malawi Thursday joined the rest of the world in commemorating International Literacy Day under the theme ‘Reading the past, writing the future’with goal of creating awareness on the importance of education. Speaking during the commemoration ceremony which was held at Champiti Primary School ground…
      Blantyre, September 2: The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) will roll out National Reading programme (NRP) with effect from the 2016/2017 Academic Calendar, which starts on September 5 2016. NRP is a four year programme that aims to improve provision of teaching and learning materials,…
      Lilongwe 31 August: Nanze, a non-governmental organisation comprising Malawian women based in Sweden and America have embarked on constructing a $150,000 model school project in Group Village Headman Chikwasa in Dedza. Speaking to Malawi news Agency (MANA) Wednesday, Nanze Director, Zebbie Fagerlind said she felt bad seeing…
Zomba, November 7: Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare has said it plans to segregate adult literacy classes based on gender. Dr. Austine Owen Luhanga, Under Secretary in the ministry, made the remarks during a handover ceremony of books for adult literacy education and early childhood development classes…
Lilongwe, November 3: The International Women Association of Malawi (IWAMA) through the Beautify Malawi Trust (BEAM) Monday adopted five girls from Sopa Secondary School in Mchinji whom they will be supporting throughout their secondary as well as tertially education. Apart from the scholarships, IWAMA also promised to link the girls…
Mangochi, November 3: Mangochi District Education authorities have expressed determination to raise standards of education among girls by raising the completion rate by 50 percent in the next three years.  Mangochi District Education Manager, Sam Kalanda expressed concern that the completion rate for girls in the district continues to be…
Chiradzulu, October 31, 2015: Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Education Science and Technology Lonely Magaleta has said Government has a shortfall of 38000 classrooms to enable it provide quality education in the country. Magaleta disclosed this Thursday at Chejanuary Village in Sub Traditional Authority Onga in Chiradzulu where Standard…
Karonga, October 14, 2015: Founder and Patron of Lusubilo Music Centre in Karonga District, Professor Agness Kimu, has constructed a full primary school worth K50 million in Group Village Headman Mwakifwamba in the area of Paramount Chief Kyungu in the district.  The school, named St. Agness Primary School in owner…
Lilongwe, October 13, 2015: The Ministry of Education Science and Technology has called on the general public and stakeholders in the education sector to work together to promote the quality of education in the country. The minister responsible, Dr. Emanuel Fabiano made the appeal Tuesday in Lilongwe during a joint…

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Improved roads for boosting economic activities

 Improved roads for boosting economic activities

Lilongwe, August 20: Joseph Pamtunda, 22, takes a comfortable lean on his bicycle and looks out with admiration to the construction works taking place to some area close to his home village. In front of him is a new road under construction where a new bridge with silver metals sparkle with majestic...