Sunday, 30 April 2017

Local News (1016)

Government on Monday called upon Malawians to respect and support women in whatever they do to make Malawi a better country to live in.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development through the Land Resources Conservation department has initiated the establishment of a National Agro forestry month.

A cervical cancer treatment pioneered in Dundee has been hailed as a low-cost alternative to tackle the disease in developing countries after the success of a three-year screening programme in Malawi.

The public is piling pressure on Parks and wildlife officials to spring into action, after a crocodile mauled to death a young man in Mangochi district.

The Malawi Network of Aids Service Organisation MANASO has embarked on a campaign to combat discrimination against people living with HIV and AIDS in Malawi.

The magistrates’ court in Nkhatabay has sentenced a 23 year old man to 10 years imprisonment with hard labour after finding him guilty of defiling a 13 year old girl.

The Development Communications Trust (DCT) in collaboration with Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) have joined hands to empower communities in the country to track funds allocated to different projects.

Traditional leaders continue to express concern over the increase in cases of sexual violence in the country.

Health rights campaigners are calling on government to increase budgetary support for essential drugs.

Smallholder farmers in Malawian should expect an improved market for their agriculture produce in the next five years.

Community leaders Karonga district have reported a decline in cases early marriages.

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