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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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Radio Islam Female Journalist Asks Muslim Girls not to Rush Into Marriages As Musyo Expresses Concern Over Bad Behavior of Muslim Girls in Islamic Schools

Fatima: Making her point Muslim Girls have been urged not to rush into marriages before completing their studies. Radio Islam Malawi journalist Fatima Daud told her fellow youth at the Muslim Girls Youth Camp organised by Muslim Sisters Youth Organisation (Musyo) in conjunction with World Assembly of Muslim Youth (Wamy) …

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Women grouping Respond to Zomba Muslim Inmates’ Call for Support, Donate Various Items

Jamila Sherif: Handing over the items to one of the inmates Muslim Sisters Organization MUSYO eastern region chapter says it remains the responsibility for Muslim individuals and organizations towards ensuring that Muslims in the country’s prisons remain steadfast in their religion. It says this can be achieved by providing support …

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