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Friday 6 September 2019

Innovative Approach Solves Economic, SRH Needs For Youths

In January 2017, 24-year-old Philemon Chimbalu from Nkhatabay District, northern Malawi joined Nkhuluzi Tigwirizane Youth Club. He had one goal in mind when joining: raise money through the village savings and loans (VSL) – a component under the youth club so that he could prepare for migration to South Africa in search of greener pastures.  

By this time, Philemon was married and had two children. Philemon attests it was not easy to provide for his family.  

Friday 30 August 2019

CHILD-LED CLUB TRACKS, REUNITES LEARNER WITH FAMILY IN MALAWI

Save the Children in partnership with a local organisation - Association of Progressive Women (APW) - has been implementing a project on Quality Learning and Accountability (QLA) in the remotest districts of Mwanza and Neno in Malawi.

Thursday 13 September 2018

SAVE THE CHILDREN HOSTS THE NATIONAL INCLUSIVE EDUCATION CONFERENCE

Save the Children Malawi Country Office in partnership with the Malawi Government through the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology-MOEST, recently held the 2018 National Inclusive Education Conference. Celebrated under the theme: Inclusive Education; Shaping the Future of Every Child, the event aimed at showcasing key achievements made in the implementation of the Inclusive Education in Malawi Program which the Ministry of Education will be institutionalizing for roll out across the country.

 

Wednesday 20 June 2018

African Children call for more inclusion in development programmes

As the sun peeked over the horizon in Lilongwe, Malawi there was excitement as scores of children were abuzz with activity preparing to take part in a solidarity march to mark the Day of the African Child, June 16, 2018.

 

Thursday 7 June 2018

Inclusive Literacy boost helps struggling learners in Malawi

One of the prevailing challenges in most primary schools in Malawi is low reading skills among learners. Some learners go up until the fourth grade without knowing how to read. Without basic literacy skills children are unable to learn, and this gives them little chance of succeeding in school and beyond.

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