19 November 2019
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Nsanje, April 26, 2019: Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) has expressed concern over inadequate funding for civic and voter education, saying the situation could have a negative impact on the outcome of the May 21 tripartite elections. CCJP Chikwawa Diocesan Secretary, Louis Nsiyadungu raised the concern on Tuesday…
Salima, April 15, 2019: Visually impaired learners from 12 resource centres across the country will find school life easy. This follows a donation of 153 Braille Note takers and Book Readers, worth K8 million, computerised gadgets by a Kenyan based Non-Governmental Organization NGO Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa (KBTA). According to…
Chitipa, April 14, Mana: District education manager's office in Chitipa has hailed Nutrition and Access to Primary Education (NAPE) program, by Afikepo for improving enrolment of pupils in schools. Speaking during a visit by delegates from the European Union at Ishalikira Primary School, District School Health and Nutrition Coordinator, Vitima…
Lilongwe, April 13, 2019: President Prof. Peter Mutharika has said his government wants to make sure that secondary education to basic education in the country. He said this Friday during the 2019 youth Innovation Awards held at Bingu International Convention centre (BICC) in Lilongwe. Mutharika noted that in order to…
Lilongwe, April 12, 2019: Over 50 women in Mtsiriza, Traditional Authority (TA) Njewa, Lilongwe are expected to benefit from adult literacy lessons launched by a youth led organization, Ambassadors of God (AOG).   The instruction is expected to commence from April 15, 2019 in the area.Speaking during the launch of the…
Lilongwe, April 9, 2019: Director for Teacher Education and Development in the Ministry of Education, Misheck Munthali Monday expressed satisfaction with the relevance and value added by Japanese scholarships. He said the scholarships emphasize on science and technology and this was in line with the development agenda of the country…
Lilongwe, April 9, 2019: Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) needs to scale up its efforts in addressing challenges affecting the education sector which UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa has said is rocked with unqualified teachers in the teaching service. UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa Head of Education Division,…
Lilongwe, April 08, 2019: A youth led Non-Governmental Organization, Ambassadors of God (AOG) has started implementing several projects aimed at improving welfare of school going girls as well as school dropouts in Mtsiriza, Lilongwe district. One of its project is the Muloreni Mtsikana Aphunzile (Let the girl child get an…
Lilongwe, April 4, 2019: Government has commended Edukans for complimenting its efforts in providing quality education in the country. Director of Teacher Education in the Ministry of Education Science and Technology, Misheck Munthali said this Wednesday in Lilongwe during the launch of Edukans Country Office in Malawi.  He said the…
Lilongwe, April 3, 2019: A Japanese organization called Nippon Foundation has donated 90 books to Nalikule College of Education through the Japanese Embassy in Lilongwe as one way of introducing various aspects of Japanese culture and promote cooperation between Malawi and Japan. Speaking during the handover ceremony held at the…

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Meet MUST’s first female genius

Meet MUST’s first female genius

Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: Her love for science subjects begun when she was in Form 2 at Mwanza Secondary School where most of other girls shunned the sciences. “I wanted to be different,” says Eneless Rasheedah Nsamila who has lived her dream to be among a few female scientists in the country. ...