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Remote school gets access to safe water

Mphunzi Primary School is situated in Mphunzi village in a remote part of Dedza. In the rainy season, the school is surrounded by green hills with breathtaking scenery. Despite the beautiful backdrop, the school’s isolation left it without access to Read More

From learning on the floor to having a desk

Mulanje district is known for its amazing landscape with stretched-out tea estates and the highest mountain in Malawi. Yohanne Kajawo, 17, is lucky to see the views of mountain waterfalls from his village and the vibrant green of the tea Read More

Increasing women’s political participation in Malawi

UN Women supported women’s political participation during the general tripartite elections that were held in Malawi on May 21, 2019. Following the elections, for the first time in Malawi’s history, a female Speaker of Parliament was elected. At the local Read More

Alert on fake UN Jobs – July 2019

Following enquiries the United Nations Office in Malawi has received, be advised that there is an ongoing fake recruitment process in the name of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR), an agency under the United Nations Economic Read More

Malawi needs to up AIDS fight despite progress

Despite achieving important progress in fighting HIV and AIDS, Malawi needs to seize available opportunities to reduce new infections and address the pandemic, including through implementation of the National HIV Prevention Strategy, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Read More