24 November 2017
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Dedza, May 25, 2017: A Mozambican national, Steven Magombo died while his friend Misheck Mabula sustained serious injuries after an ox-cart they were riding was hit by a vehicle. According to Dedza Police public relations officer, Sub Inspector Edward Kabango, the vehicle registration number BU 5690 Isuzu pickup belonging to…
Blantyre, May 24, 2017: The World Health Organization (WHO) of the Africa Region Office has called upon its member states to include tobacco control in their national policies, plans and SDG implementation frameworks as one way of reducing tobacco-related diseases. According to a press statement issued by WHO ahead of…
Dedza, May 24, 2017:  Dedza District Family Planning Unit has announced that the number of women using modern family planning methods has increased by 23 percent. District Family Planning Coordinator Luka Mgona told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that the increase from 36 percent to 59 percent is due to a…
Phalombe, May 24, 2017: Police in Phalombe are keeping in custody a 30 year old man for possessing medical drugs without a license, contrary to provisions in the 1988 Pharmacy and Poisons Act. Confirming the arrest on Tuesday, Phalombe Police Public Relations Officer (PRO), Augustus Nkhwazi said they arrested Omali…
Lilongwe, May 24, 2017: The Catholic Health Commission of the Lilongwe Archdiocese will launch a two hundred million kwacha (K200m) project in June to improve nutrition status of people in Lilongwe rural. The project which is called, ‘Enhancing capacity of Civil Society Organisations, district level staff and communities in scaling…
Nsanje, May 24, 2017: Nsanje District Hospital has been hit by acute shortage of theatre supplies, a situation which is putting patients’ lives in danger, the Malawi News Agency (MANA) has learnt.  According to a letter dated May 22, 2017 from the hospital’s Quality Improvement Support Team (QIST) addressed to…
Thyolo, May 25:  Thyolo District Hospital says cooperation and coordination amongst stakeholders is vital for the successful implementation of the Measles-Rubella (MR) Vaccination exercise which is scheduled to start from June 12 to 16 this year. Meanwhile preparations for the exercise which targets 324,600 people in the district are said…
Ntchisi, 23 May, 2017: The Prevention of Stunting Project (PSP) implemented by World Vision International in Ntchisi is developing leaflets with messages that will see households getting information to do with sanitation, breast and complementary feeding. Speaking to the Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Monday, the PSP district  coordinator,  Gerald…
Lilongwe, May 23, 2017: Victory Garden Campaign, an intervention inspired by the country’s recurrent food insecurity woes, under which rural farmers are being drilled on home gardening skills is registering commendable progress with over 4246 gardens operational gardens so far. The campaign, which is under the Face to Face project,a…
Dedza, May 23, 2017: Chairperson for Mtepelera care group in Nkhatabay, Ethel Banda has stressed the need to include herbalists in nutrition committees noting they are the source of some misconceptions on malnutrition related diseases. Banda was speaking Saturday when Dedza Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) core team and district nutrition…

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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. ...