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Mini-buses, 4×4 and CAR HIRE in Lilongwe, Malawi

Mini-buses, 4×4 and CAR HIRE in Lilongwe, Malawi

Posted on 04 Jul 2017 at 5:26pm

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UK steps up support to victims of Malawi floods

UK steps up support to victims of Malawi floods

Posted on 12 Feb 2015 at 4:10pm

The UK will provide more food, blankets and essential supplies for the thousands of people who have lost their homes due to the floods in Malawi, International Development Secretary Justine Greening announced today.

This will include food for 370,000 people and improved access to water, sanitation for 34,000 people to prevent the spread of disease.

The Department for International Development (DFID)’s £4.1 million funding is also supporting early recovery efforts to enable people to rebuild their livelihoods which have been devastated by the floods. Justine Greening said:

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of life in Malawi due to…

Ireland to dispatch 58 tonnes of emergency supplies in response to severe flooding in Malawi

Ireland to dispatch 58 tonnes of emergency supplies in response to severe flooding in Malawi

Posted on 03 Feb 2015 at 12:16pm

Ireland will today dispatch thousands of blankets, tents, mosquito nets, soap, jerry cans and other urgent supplies to assist families affected by the recent severe flooding in Malawi, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan, TD, and Minister for Development, Trade Promotion and North South Co-operation, Seán Sherlock, TD, have announced.

58 tonnes of Irish stocks will be distributed by Irish Aid partners, Concern Universal, GOAL, Trócaire, Concern Worldwide and the Evangelical Association of Malawi. The supplies will be directed to help displaced families in the worst affected districts in the Southern Region of Malawi.

The airlifts, worth…

Farmers in Malawi need urgent help after heavy flooding

Farmers in Malawi need urgent help after heavy flooding

Posted on 28 Jan 2015 at 12:49pm

Farmers in southern Malawi urgently need seeds and livestock after intense flooding destroyed their fields and homes, washing away animals and crops and threatening local food security.

More than 170,000 people have had to leave their homes. Some 79 deaths have been confirmed so far, while 153 people are still missing in Nsanje district alone. An estimated 116,000 households have lost their crops and livestock.

Malawi is regularly affected by droughts and floods. But the current heavy rains have come ahead of their usual schedule – repeatedly bursting the banks along the Shire and Ruo rivers – and their impact…

More flooding expected in stricken Malawi as Red Cross appeals for 2.6 million Swiss francs in emergency funding

More flooding expected in stricken Malawi as Red Cross appeals for 2.6 million Swiss francs in emergency funding

Posted on 26 Jan 2015 at 3:57pm

LILONGWE, Malawi, January 26, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — With more rain expected in flood-stricken Malawi and camps for displaced people overwhelmed, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) has launched an emergency appeal for 2.6 million Swiss francs to help 42,000 desperate people.

Heavy rains have ceased for now but are forecast to return and could continue for weeks. “The chance of more flooding remains high,” said Michael Charles, IFRC’s acting regional representative in southern Africa. “A dire situation could be exacerbated. Things could go from bad to worse.”

Figures of how…

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Norway grants education funding to Malawi

Norway grants education funding to Malawi

Posted on 02 Jul 2014 at 7:47pm

Prime Minister Erna Solberg, who’s been traveling with Foreign Minister Børge Brende in South Africa and Malawi this week, signed an agreement with officials from the UN and Malawi on Wednesday to fund schooling in Malawi. The country is among the world’s poorest, where only 35 percent of all girls and 41 percent of boys complete the eighth grade.

“Norway will contribute NOK 100 million a year to strengthen the educational sector…

Concern as HIV-positive Malawians abandon ARVs on church advice

Concern as HIV-positive Malawians abandon ARVs on church advice

Posted on 15 May 2014 at 1:46pm

More than 2,600 people living with HIV in Balaka district in southern Malawi have allegedly abandoned the anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs following advice from some religious leaders, APA learnt here Tuesday. Malawi Interfaith AIDS Association (MIAA) executive director Robert Ngaiyaye said the development has led to an increase in AIDS-related deaths in the area.

“The development is undermining efforts by government and other cooperating partners in increasing access to drugs and medication for the condition,” he said.

He said some religious beliefs promoted divine healing without encouraging confirmation by health professionals.

He added that prayers heal, God heals, but need to accept as a…

K385 Million Maternity Facility Under Construction in Mangochi

K385 Million Maternity Facility Under Construction in Mangochi

Posted on 11 Mar 2014 at 12:28pm

A K385 million maternity wing is under construction in Mangochi thanks to the Icelandic International Development Agency (ICEIDA) which has provided financial resources for the state of the art facility, Malawi News Agency (Mana) has established.

The construction of the multi-million maternity clinic has been located at the district’s old hospital premises where dilapidated staff houses have since been demolished.

Speaking in an interview with the state news agency acting Director of Planning and Development for Mangochi District Council, Ernest Kadzokoya said the maternity wing would bring relief to the district hospital considering that the maternity ward was usually congested.

Kadzokoya said…

AfDB Provides U.S. $73.6 million to Malawi and Zambia for Multinational Nacala Road Corridor Phase IV

AfDB Provides U.S. $73.6 million to Malawi and Zambia for Multinational Nacala Road Corridor Phase IV

Posted on 05 Dec 2013 at 7:14pm
The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund (ADF), the concessionary arm of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group (http://www.afdb.org), approved on Tuesday, December 3 a loan of US $65.0 million and a grant of US $900,000 to Malawi, and a loan of US $7.7 million to Zambia, respectively, for a total of about US $73.6 million, for the Multinational Nacala Road Corridor Development Project Phase…

People on ARVs prevent transmission by 96 per cent – UNAIDS

People on ARVs prevent transmission by 96 per cent – UNAIDS

Posted on 01 Dec 2013 at 4:41am

UNAIDS says research has shown that people who are on Anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment have lesser chances of transmitting the virus to their unprotected partners by 96 per cent.

Speaking at a press conference in readiness for the commemoration of World AIDS Day in Kasungu, UNAIDS Country Coordinator for Malawi Amakobe Sande said so far there have been great progress in the fight against HIV.

According to Sande new science has proved that the world is getting closer to an HIV free generation as research has shown that people on treatment have very low chances of transmitting the virus.

“Yes, it is…

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