Author: Owen Nyaka

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Malawi develops civil society charter to tackle HIV and TB

On 13 February, civil society organisations and partners met in Malawi met to develop a civil society priorities charter in the response to HIV and TB ...

Zambia and Swaziland develop roadmap to change behavior in response to HIV

Zambia and Swaziland develop advocacy roadmaps to ensure campaigns to change behavior are central to their countries’ response to HIV. ...

Communities hail Malawi initiative to prevent babies being infected with HIV

Communities in Malawi are hailing a successful initiative that has proven successful in ensuring children of parents living with HIV are born free fro ...

Malawi faces shortage of healthcare workers as it battles AIDS epidemic

Malawi’s health sector is grappling with a serious lack of trained health care staff that could have an impact on its plans to reach a greater number ...

Funding woes strangle Malawi’s HIV and mental health services

Malawi’s mental health services are critically underfunded, denying patients who are also HIV-positive the specific care they need. ...

Malawi government cancels pension of blind retired teacher

Catherine Uteka is a formidable Malawian woman. She is a qualified teacher, a grassroots activist, a widow and a mother. She is also partially deaf, t ...

Malawi girl campaigns for ‘No parenthood before adulthood’

A young HIV activist in Malawi is urging world leaders to consult with young people to provide them with better family planning. ...

Malawi’s largest HIV organisation celebrates 20 years of saving lives

This year, the National Association of People Living with HIV in Malawi turns 20 and celebrates a proud history of helping people learn how to live po ...

Malawi’s double blow: deaf-blind population cries for inclusive HIV programmes

About 25,000 people in Malawi’s deaf and blind communities are ignored by HIV programmes, and they’re crying out for inclusion. ...
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