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Concerned Youth Organization in Service Charter Promotion Campaign

Concerned Youth Organization (CYO) a local non–profit organization whose mission is to empower the youth towards sustainable development has embarked on a project called Promoting Citizen Participation and Implementation of the Service Charter. Harvey Chimaliro, Executive Director for the organization says that the purpose of the project is to promote …

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AMRA Promises More Aid for Suffering Malawians

Asian Muslim Relief Aid (AMRA) has reaffirmed its commitment to continue helping the less privileged people in Malawi. One of the organization’s executive committee member Makbul Latif disclosed this to Malawi Muslim website in an exclusive interview. He said the organization has been helping people that are in need of …

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MIJ, Macra Ask Media Houses To Invest in Investigative Journalism

The Malawi Institute of Journalism(MIJ) has asked the media houses in the country to engage in investigative journalism to disclose malpractices which hinder the country’s economy. MIJ Executive Director Dalitso Mkunika made the remarks during the closure of 3 day workshop at Victoria hotel which was organized in conjunction with …

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Special Needs Teachers Boycott Lessons

As the 2015/2016 new academic year commenced yesterday, special need teachers in the country have started boycotting their duties forcing the government to promote them. Chairperson for special need teachers in the country Vincent Somanje told Malawi Muslims Website that the government has been deceiving them for more than 11 …

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Urgent Appeal for Needy Medicine Student

“She scored 10 points on her Malawi Secondary School Certificate of Education (MSCE)” “She was selected to study Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at the University of Malawi, College of Medicine (for 6 years)” “She has not been allowed to register at the college because her parents cannot raise MK 275,000 (US$600)” …

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