25 November 2017
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FLASHBACK: Displaced people by floods in 2015 in Chikwawa at an evacuation centre Mchinji, November 24, 2017: The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DODMA) in conjunction with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will embark on scaling up the use of modernised climate information and early warning systems (M-CLIMES) Project…
Nkhotakota, November 24, 2017: African Parks (AP), an international nongovernmental organisation entrusted by the Malawi Government to manage Nkhotakota Wild Life Reserve and Liwonde National Park, has fenced half of the wildlife reserve with electric wire since 2015. Park Manager for AP, Samuel Kamoto, said on Thursday during the tour…
MANGOCHI, November 23, 2017: Heavy rains characterized by strong winds that hit some village in Traditional Authority (T/A) Katuli in Mangochi recently have left 112 houses damaged and five people injured. A rapid assessment by the District Civil Protection Committee (DCPC) established the damages and casualties following reports the office…
Nkhotakota, November 23, 2017: Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services has attributed its information communication dissemination challenge to high illiteracy levels in the country, saying people fail to instantly understand the information they present at once.  Amos Ntonya, a Meteorologist in the Department of Climate Change and Meteorological Services…
Nkhotakota, November 23, 2017: A 13 year old girl, Zione Kaole has died while three others got injured after a house they were living in collapsed due to heavy storm experienced in Malemia Village in Nkhotakota. The District’s Acting Desk Officer for Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA), Victor Chithabwa,…
  Some of the damaged houses Pic by Aliko Munde -Mana Nkhata Bay, November 22, 2017: At least 45 households in Nkhata Bay District were Monday rendered homeless following stormy winds that hit the area of Group Village Head Kanyanda in Traditional Authority Malenga Mzoma at around 7:30 am. Assistant…
  Project to reduce disasters such as floods - File photo Kasungu, November 22, 2017: Government has embarked on a K12 billion project called Modernized Climate information and Early Warning Systems M-CLIMES which is expected to boost meteorological service of the country. Speaking to the District Executive Committee (DEC) members…
  Lake malombe fishermen - Pic sourced from internet Mangochi, November 21, 2017: Experts in the fisheries sector have said the annual fish stocks in Lake Malombe in Mangochi has dwindled from 20,000 metric tonnes to 4,000 metric tonnes over the past 25 years representing an 80 per cent decline.…
Nsanje, November 20, 2017: Nsanje District Forestry Office is baffled by the continued depletion of the district’s Matandwe Forestry Reserve; a development the office fears could expose the district to more natural calamities. In an interview on Monday, the District’s Assistant Forestry Officer, John Kaweta Banda, said the forest reserve…
BLANTYRE, November 18, 2017: Blantyre City council (BCC) says it has put in place policies aimed at enabling the private sector to complement government efforts in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) service delivery. Speaking on behalf of the Mayor of Blantyre City during the commemoration of World Toilet Day at…
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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. ...