24 April 2018
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Mchinji, January 10, 2017: Mchinji District nurses and clinicians have been urged to be proactive once they come across patients with severe diarrhea, saying that will prevent cholera outbreak in the district. Mchinji District has not yet recorded cholera cases but the hospital is taking precautions as the district’s neighbouring…
Lilongwe, January 10, 2017: The Lilongwe District Health Office (DHO) has launched a cholera outbreak campaign aimed at sensitizing and improving hygienic status among students and surrounding communities in Lilongwe. This is as a result of the cholera outbreak that has affected some districts in the country including part of…
  Ntcheu, January 9, 2018: Minister of Health, Atupele Muluzi, says the ministry will soon start constructing accident emergency care units in all district hospitals along the M1 road and some central hospitals in the country. Muluzi disclosed this in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) when he visited…
Lilongwe, January 9: The Ministry of Health says it is prepared to contain any diarrhoea infection caused by water and food contamination, following the opening of schools across the country where school feeding program is being implemented.   Spokesperson in the Ministry Of Health, Joshua Malango said this during an…
Ntcheu, January 9: The construction of the long awaited perimeter fence at Ntcheu District Hospital is expected to commence by early February this year (2018), Minister of Health Atupele Muluzi has revealed. The minister revealed the development during his official visit to Ntcheu District Hospital over the weekend. The visit…
Nsanje, January 5, 2017: Nsanje District Health Office has urged expectant women to frequently attend ante-natal clinic throughout their pregnancy and ensure they deliver at the health facility to avoid maternal and child mortality.  Nsanje District Health Promotion Officer, Felix Simbi gave the advice on Friday in an interview with…
Lilongwe, January 4: Minister of Health and Population Atupele Muluzi has said although the cholera situation is certainly worsening, it has not yet reached the stage where it can be regarded as an epidemic. The Minister said this when he gave an update on the situation of cholera in the…
  Ntcheu, January 4: There was panic among patients at Ntcheu District Hospital on Wednesday afternoon when part of the facility caught fire, forcing some patients to flee the wards. Guardians with children in their hands fled the hospital's wards in an attempt to save the lives of their beloved…
Nkhotakota, January 03, 2017: As the Ministry of Health is fighting hard to subdue the Cholera outbreak which has affected some of the districts in the country, three health centres in Nkhotakota can afford a smile after a group of young men, Dwangwa Round Table (RT) 69 supplied the centres…
Salima, January 3, 2017: As part of the activities to celebrate the New Year, members of Dzalasapo Social Club in Salima on Monday donated assorted food items worth K300, 000 to patients at Salima District Hospital’s male ward. Chairperson of the club, Mike Kasowanjete, said the group decided to make…

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Good tobacco labour practices send children back to school

Good tobacco labour practices send children back to school

Kasungu, April 14, 2018: Tchesa Full Primary School in Kasungu east had less than 550 learners in 2012. The school saw most children shunning its doors because they had to help parents in tobacco production. Head teacher Zuze Mthiko says enrollment was very low compared to children’s population in...