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Pupils in MonkeY Bay plant tree - Pic by Sellah Singini Lilongwe, March 14: The African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC), an international non-governmental organisation, on Friday pioneered a tree planting movement at Sankhani Primary School in TA Njewa, Lilongwe, where it plans to plant 1,000 trees. AICC’s Governance Programmes…
Madam Mutharika plants a tree at the function - Pic by Abel Ikiloni Lilongwe, March 14: The Gertrude Mutharika Beautify Malawi Trust (BEAM) Friday partnered with Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAMA) to teach students on sanitation. Speaking during the official launch of BEAM and ISAMA partnership at Bambino Independence…
Muluzi (in black suit) being shown some of the new innovations lke Chitetezo mbaula - Pic by Brian Itai Lilongwe, March 14:  Household air pollution coming from inefficient cook stoves and lighting appliances like paraffin lamps are among the major causes of death in the country, Minister of Natural Resources,…
Teachers and pupils take part in the field during the tree planting exercise by TNM - Pic by Sellah Singini Mangochi, March 14: Telecom Networks Malawi (TNM) a premier mobile service provider has pledged to continue with its commitment to arrest the problem of deforestation affecting the country that has…
Kang'ombe receives medical items from the Deputy Ambassador of Israel to Malawi Nadav Peldman - Pic by Stanley Makuti Lilongwe, March 14: The Israel Government has Thursday donated assorted drug supplies to Malawi government to cater for the medical needs of the people displaced by floods in the 15 districts of the…
Expectant women in Chikwawa get aid - Pic by Steve Chirombo Ntcheu, March 11: Care Malawi with financial assistance from SALL Family Foundation of the United States, Tuesday donated 18 emergency delivery kits and drugs worth  (80,000 USD) K32 million to Ministry of Health for improvement of health service access…
L Washed away crop land in Chikwawa - File Photo Lilongwe, March 11: A report by the United Nations (UN) Malawi and the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has revealed that 64, 000 hectares of land has since been affected by the flash floods that hit the country recently.…
Chikwawa, March 11: The Kalondolondo Program under the CCAP Synod of Blantyre is expected to assess the provision and delivery of water services in Chikwawa, an exercise which many stakeholders feel would pile pressure on the Southern Region Water Board (SRWB). The statutory cooperation is already under fire for its…
Chiunguzeni: We are doing data analysis now - File Photo Blantyre, March 10: The Department of Disaster Management Affairs has started analyzing data on damages caused by the recent flash floods. This follows Post Disaster Assessment Needs conducted in the districts of Chikwawa, Nsanje, Phalombe, Zomba, Rumphi, Karonga, Thyolo, Machinga,…
A primary school kid in tree planting exercise - File Photo Kasungu, March 9: The Kasungu Lions Club and Kasungu District Hospital have planted trees at Chamwabvi and Wimbe Health Centres as one way of trying to replace the trees. In most parts of Kasungu trees have been cut leaving…

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Building resilience through fish farming

 Building resilience through fish farming

Mchinji, July 19: Fisheries and aquaculture are a vital source of nutritious food, says the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Yet their current production and supply is failing to meet the global demand in terms of nutrition requirements and sustaining the livelihoods of many. In Malawi,...