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Zomba, April 7, 2018: Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Bright Msaka on Thursday handed over 90 desks to Pirimiti Boys Primary School in Zomba where 877 learners will no longer have to sit on the floor. He presented the desks just three days after Member of Parliament for Zomba…
Machinga, April 6, 2018:  Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Bright Msaka has challenged teachers, learners and parents in Machinga to erase the label that depicts Machinga as one of the districts with highest illiteracy levels. He made the challenge on Thursday at Machinga Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) where…
Mulanje, April 6, 2018: Over557 primary schools across the country have been selected by World Vision Malawi (WVM) in its efforts of complementing government in the implementation of the National Reading Programme (NRP). In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) in Mulanje on Thursday, WVM Development Facilitator, Temwa Mkandawire…
Lilongwe, April 5, 2018: As one way of empowering girls in school in the country, one of the country’s renowned nongovernmental organizations, Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) has drilled 55 male and female teachers from 35 primary schools in girl child protection in Dowa district. Speaking in an interview with the…
BLANTYRE, April 06, 2018: Out of the 1 761 first year students at the Polytechnic, a constituent college of the University of Malawi in Blantyre, 300 are said to be in dire need of school fees, accommodation and money for their upkeep.   Dean of Students at the Polytechnic, Luciano Ndalama…
Machinga, April 06, 2018: The Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Bright Msaka on Thursday demonstrated government’s commitment to improve education standards in the country by handing over about 1,000 desks to eleven primary schools in Machinga district. Some of the primary schools that have received the desks include St.…
Nsanje, April 4: The newly elected District Executive Committee for former bursary beneficiaries of Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) has been advised to take a leading role in making girls as agents of change by using their education and break the cycle of poverty. Nsanje CAMFED District Office Secretariat (DOS),…
Nsanje, March 28: There is no doubt that inclusion of children with disabilities in an early childhood program can be challenging however  including a child with special needs in a classroom with typically-developing children can be extremely worthwhile. The concept of Inclusive Early Childhood Development seem to be bearing fruits in…
  Mchinji, March 27, 2018: Government on Monday handed over equipment to 67 graduates from Kapondo Community Technical College in Mchinji, as a starter pack to their work. The tool kits, which include plumbing equipment, tailoring machines and carpentry equipment, were given to the graduating students as fulfilment the state…
  Mchinji, March 27, 2018: Directorate of Inspection and Advisory Services (DIAS) in the Ministry of Education lead person Anthony Manja says traditional leaders, parents and school authorities should work together to ensure that education standards are maintained in schools. Manja said this Tuesday at a school meeting held at…

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Enhancing communities’ resilience to floods

 Enhancing communities’ resilience to floods

Lilongwe, May 22: Floods have become a common occurrence in most parts of Malawi and the resulting damage has had far reaching consequences on individual lives and their communities. For people of Group Village Headman (GVH) Dzindevu and the surrounding areas in Dedza have been part of the statisti...