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Thursday 25 June 2020

Revamping community support victim units

Thursday 25 June 2020

Promoting child protection cluster in ntcheu

 

It is an undeniable fact that Covid-19 pandemic has brought a new normal life. Things are being done differently. For instance, the recommended measures to control the spread of the coronavirus can increase children’s risk of violence, abuse and exploitation. Though children’s health appears less affected than older people, children’s education and protection structures are in disarray.

 

Tuesday 16 June 2020

Interactive radio instruction keeps learners in class amid Covid-19

In a small homestead in Jali, in the deepest parts of rural Zomba in southern Malawi, Emily Leston conducts an early morning class
with five pupils, taking them through their paces.

But Leston is not a teacher. She is a housewife who has transformed her patio into an improvised classroom.

The Malawi government announced the closure of all schools and colleges when news of the COVID 19 pandemic broke out in May.

Tuesday 16 June 2020

Interactive radio instruction keeps learners in class amid Covid-19

 

In a small homestead in Jali, in the deepest parts of rural Zomba in southern Malawi, Emily Leston conducts an early morning class with five pupils, taking them through their paces

 

But Leston is not a teacher. She is a housewife who has transformed her patio into an improvised classroom.

 

The Malawi government announced the closure of all schools and colleges when news of the COVID 19 pandemic broke out in May.

 

Wednesday 10 June 2020

Covid-19 devastates Farmers, but Save the Children agro project raises new hope

 

Boniface Namate has seen a lot of difficulties in his 56 years. But at every turn, the father of five has overcome the obstacles to create a conducive environment for the growth and benefit of his family.  

But today, like most farmers in the country, Namate faces the biggest challenge of his life. 

Having produced the best crop in his 15-year career as a tobacco farmer, Namate did not think, for a moment, that the novel Covid-19 pandemic would affect him in any way as what remained was the last mile of his tobacco production process.  

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