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Hon. Aisha Mambo Urges Muslim Women to Send Children to School

According to the World Bank statistics, only 27 percent of Malawi’s girls enroll in secondary school and only 13 percent will finish.  In addition, only five percent of women nationally have passed their Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations.

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Increasing Domestic Violence To Derail National Development

  Alhough government and other stakeholders are trying their level best to reduce cases of violence against women and girls the malpractice shows no sign of abetting. Cases of gender based violence and girls being defiled, raped and denying them their rights like the right to education and fully growth …

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Muslim Women Organization Cheers Orphans in Blantyre

As one way of practicing the lessons learnt during the Holy month of Ramadhan, Blantyre Muslim Women Organisations (MWO) last Sunday organized a luncheon with orphans at Zagaf Masjid in Machinjiri. Speaking during the event, MWO Regional coordinator Asiatu Lipenga told Malawi Muslim Website that they decided to systemize the …

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Muslim Women Outsmart Each Other in Quran Competition

Muslim women in the country have been advised to practice what they learn from the Qur’an in order to promote the religion of Islam. The Minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security Atupele Muluzi made the remarks when he presided over the prize presentation ceremony for women who emerged as …

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Watch Out for a New Generation of Muslim Youth; As Another Wins A MOREMI Fellowship

Exploits of a new generation of indigenous Muslim youth are making a mark and get recognized at the international arena as another young Muslim has won a MILEAD leadership fellowship. Marriam Lally has been named among Africa’s Most Outstanding Women by the Moremi Initiative for Women’s Leadership in Africa. This …

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