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Mobile Phone Use Among Women Associated With Higher Contraception Use

Mobile phone use among women is associated with increased use of contraception, lower gender inequality, and lower maternal and child mortality, according to a...

Malawi Parliament Allows Cultivation of Cannabis for Medicinal Purposes

By Lameck Masina In Malawi, parliament has passed a bill which allows cultivation of cannabis for industrial and medicinal purposes. Backers of the bill say cannabis...

Malawi Trying to Find Ways to Contain Overfishing in Its Largest Body of Water, Lake Malawi

Malawi is trying to find ways to contain overfishing in its largest body of water, Lake Malawi. The third largest lake in Africa has...

Empty Nets as Malawi Sapped by Overfishing and Climate Change

On the shores of Lake Malawi, a crowd eagerly awaits the arrival of a white and yellow cedar wood boat carrying its haul. The crew...

Malawi Becomes First Country to Initiate Immunizing Children against Malaria

The World Health Organization says Malawi has become the first country to begin immunizing children against malaria, using the only licensed vaccine to protect...

Cheetahs in Malawi: Poaching and Wildlife Trafficking endangers Africa’s most Iconic Species

Liwonde National Park in southern Malawi has just welcomed some new inhabitants – four cheetahs Liwonde National Park has a population of 12,000...

American Pop Star Madonna to Adopt Twin Girls from Malawi

US, Feb 9, 2017: American pop star Madonna has been granted permission to adopt twin girls from Malawi, a spokesman for Malawi's judiciary said...

In Malawi, a Kenyan NGO trains Girls in Self Defense to counter Sexual Abuse

SALIMA, MALAWI, Sept 28, 2016: Schoolgirls in Malawi are learning what to do if someone tries to attack them. A Kenyan NGO started the training...

The Traditional Healers of Malawi Deny Link to Albino Killings

Traditional healers, known locally as herbalists, say they will challenge the ruling In Malawi, it is common to consult herbalists for ailments such...

Millions go hungry as Zimbabwe faces the worst drought in decades

GENEVA—  Zimbabwe is currently facing a huge drought and the President of Zimbabwe has declared this as “state of disaster”. It has faced many...

Malawi – an Unknown Country in Africa- is Attacking its own People with Albinism

May 24,2016: LILONGWE, MALAWI: Malawi is a nondescript country in Africa, bordering Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique. It was also called Nyasaland in the past. The...

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