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More girls staying in school - File Photo Thyolo, March 8: Malawi News Agency has learnt that various youth programs including the establishment of youth clubs have helped to reduce school dropouts among girls, especially those orchestrated by early pregnancies in Thyolo. According to the report from the district youth…
Hearns signs the visitors book on arrival - Pic by Ed Grant Ndoza Chitipa, March 7: Irish Ambassador to Malawi, Aine Hearns has urged government to invest more in education sector with special focus on promoting  education of a girl child to enhance sustainable socioeconomic development of the nation. She…
Mzuzu, March 7: Students at the University of Livingstonia's (Unilia) Ekwendeni Campus have been told to leave until further notice, after they failed to reach an agreement with the school officials following the students' protest against what they described as 'poor diet'. Since Monday this week, the students at the…
The girl child at study Nsanje, March 6: The battle for the girl child education is like a third world war for Malawi that requires everyone to take part and bring out their best arsenals and tactics so that it should be won. Education Secretary for Church of Central African…
Pupils like these have been missing classes - File Photo Salima, March 4: Primary school teachers in Salima who have been boycotting classes due to unpaid leave grants and other misunderstandings with government, have said they will resume classes on Wednesday after reaching an agreement with government representatives. Speaking in…
Karonga, March 4: The Irish government has handed over two school blocks of four class rooms and 240 double desks worthy €25,000 (about K13 Million) to St. Joseph the Worker, a catholic primary school under the Karonga Diocese of Roman Catholic Church. Speaking during the handover ceremony on Monday, Irish…
A girl offers a radiant smile at one of the centres for flood victims - Pic by Govati Nyirenda Nsanje, March 2: Scores of secondary learners particularly girls who are in flood victims’ camps in Nsanje are yet to start learning, a month after they were displaced from their homes. They told…
A Health Centre tests its newly installed solar equipment - File Photo Lilongwe, March 2: Primary Education Advisorsin Lilongwe have been oriented on operation of basic solar systems to enable them train teachers whose houses have solar power for proper usage. The training which took place on Saturday has been…
The girl child Blantyre, February 28: The Blantyre Synod of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian-CCAP has embarked on a Keeping Girls In Schools-KGIS in a quest to achieve gender parity by form two by the year 2016,  The project will identify and address factors that affect girls which subsequently increase…
Machinga, February 28: An International charitable organization, Mary’s Meals has introduced a three year-Scottish Government funded School Feeding Programme in Machinga. Thirty primary schools are to benefit from the intervention by 2018. It is expected that the project will help increase access to primary education especially for children coming from…

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LET THIS CAMPAIGN BE ISSUE BASED

PRESS STATEMENT For Immediate Release 26th May, 2020 LET THIS CAMPAIGN BE ISSUE BASED Government has noted with concern the direction the presidential election campaign has taken, especially regarding attacks on personalities. It is important that politicians that aspire leadership must demon...