Malawi Human Rights Commission-MHRC, for its part, hopes that the government and all agents mandated to ensure access to water do so as soon as…
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Subsistence farmers, the urban poor and fishers are the most vulnerable groups affected by climate risks in Malawi, and urgent adaptation measures are…
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What has been happening in Malawi on the health front during the pandemic has immediate consequences on the health of women, including mothers, and…
Despite the lack of youth inclusion, Mbewe praised the president for appointing a gender-sensitive cabinet, with 40% of ministerial positions held by…
According to the National Charcoal Strategy 2017-2027, over 97% of households in Malawi rely on charcoal for cooking and heating.
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