21 August 2018
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  Phalombe, February 14, 2018: Phalombe District Council in collaboration with a local Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) DUnited Purpose (UP) on Wednesday launched the 2017/18 district tree planting season with hope of planting a record 1.2 million tree seedlings by the end of season in April. The event which took…
Lilongwe, February 10, 2018: Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust in conjunction with Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAM) and Lilongwe City Council on Friday engaged students in Lilongwe in planting 2000 trees along Lingadzi River with an aim of instilling in the students a sense of responsibility in conserving and beautifying…
Mzuzu, February 10, 2018: Forestry Department at Mzuzu University has asked companies to come to government’s aid in enforcing sustainable re-afforestation. A member of the department, Patrick Jambo made the call Friday at Lupaso Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Mzuzu when the department together with Mzuni Alumni Association and…
Salima, Februay 09, 2018: Floods caused byprolonged rains that fell for over six hours on the night of Wednesday have caused floods around Kamuzu Road Township in Salima, forcing people to flee homes and close their shops. According to some eyewitness, apart from the heavy downpour, the flooding has been…
Balaka, February 8, 2018: In an effort to mitigate the devastating effects of climate change in Balaka, FDH Bank and National Smallholder Farmers Association of Malawi (NASFAM) are jointly implementing a Green School Campaign Initiative. The initiative, popularly called 'Dziko lathu, Nthaka yathu' is a programme that seeks to promote…
MACHINGA, February 6, 2018: About 128,000 people from Traditional Authorities (T/As) Mlomba, Nyambi and Kawinga in Machinga are benefiting from Climate proofing project which advocates for the utilization of non-timber products to reduce effects of climate change. The project is funded by United Nation Development Programme (UNDP). Through the project,…
Salima, February 01, 2018: Authorities in Salima district have expressed concern over the communities’ behavior that is fueling charcoal smuggling. This was revealed Wednesday during a tree planting launch that Total Land Care organized in the district. The District Forestry Officer for Salima, Adam Jason said communities are accommodating charcoal…
Mzuzu, February 01, 2018: One person is confirmed dead while hundreds of households have been left homeless following floods on Tuesday night at Lupembe in the area of Village Headman Mwenelupembe in Karonga District.  Karonga Central Constituency Member of Parliament Frank Mwenefumbo told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that 11-year-old boy…
Kasungu, January 31, 2018: As one way of helping replace forest cover Kasungu based Kawaye Youth club has planted 3,000 trees. The trees were planted at Katchereza primary school in the area of traditional authority Lukwa in the district on Tuesday. According to the chairperson of Kawaye Youth Club Michael…
Lilongwe, 30 January 2018: The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) says detailed and segregated data is vital in efficient and timely response to disasters. DoDMA’s Principal Relief and Rehabilitation Officer Natasha Mbengo made the observation on Monday in Dedza District when she led a team of officers in briefing…

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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...