Management of forest areas among communities in Malawi's central region of Ntcheu is expected to be enhanced for the next five years.
Expectations are high among communities in Ntcheu district for consistent development that will benefit people in the district.
People in Karonga district have been granted the opportunity to freely voice out their concerns to improve social service delivery in their areas to meet their demands through a government’s initiated program popularly known as the Service Charter.
Social service users in Karonga have bemoaned the poor infrastructures that are being constructed by the local government.
300 hunger stricken have received at least 25 kilograms bags of maize each from the Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM).