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EU UNCERTAIN AS TO WHEN THEY MIGHT RESUME WITH DONOR AID

European Union has disclosed that it will hold to its budget support due to the public looting of funds also known as cashgate at capitol hill in Lilongwe. The remarks were made just after EU ambassador Marchel Germann, was giving his letters of credence to President Peter Mutharika on Monday in Lilongwe at the Kamuzu Palace. “In terms of budget support, we are having a dialogue...

DONORS DEMAND FULL DETAILS OF FISP

Days after The Nation revealed massive irregularities that have rocked the 2014/15 Farm Input Subsidy Programme (Fisp) we also divulge that donors have written government, demanding explanations on several issues around the scheme’s management. In a letter dated October 17 2014 addressed to the former secretary to the Treasury Newby Kumwembe and copied to secretary to the Treasury-designate Ronald Mangani, principal secretary in the Ministry...

WOMEN SHOULD USE FEMALE CONDOM AS IT REDUCES RISK OF CERVICAL CANCER-FPAM

The Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) has initiated a campaign to sensitize and empower women to use female condoms as an effective way of reducing cervical cancer. FaceofMalawi speaking to Family Planning Association District Manager for Lilongwe, Olivetta Mupara Soko at Kang’oma Trading Centre in the area of Traditional Authority Tsabango last week revealed that though more women had the information on the advantages...

UN HUMAN RIGHTS CHIEF: STATE OFFICIALS ANSWERABLE TO THE PUBLIC ON PREVENTABLE CHILD MORTALITY

GENEVA (18 September 2014) – UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said Thursday that the State has a moral and legal responsibility to take measures to reduce, and ultimately eliminate, preventable mortality and morbidity of children under the age of five. “Each year, 6 million children lose their lives before their fifth birthday – equivalent to the entire population of Nicaragua,...

MUTHARIKA CAUTIONED BY CSOs

Civil society organisations (CSOs) have cautioned President Peter Mutharika to be careful when communicating to people to avoid provoking distrust. The CSOs were reacting to the President’s remarks made during his political rally at Masintha Ground in Lilongwe last Sunday with regard to the involvement of retired judge Elton Singini, former solicitor general and attorney general and former Malawi Defence Force (MDF) commander general Henry...

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