The Catholic Church in Malawi on Wednesday urged the government to approve a climate change policy to effectively mitigate issues of environmental degradation which contribute to climate change.

Malawi is preparing to participate at the forth-coming twenty first session of the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) that will take place in Paris, France

About 1.8 million Malawians are still practicing open defecation, the global health organization recent report has revealed.

Malawi and Zambia on Tuesday signed a Trans-Frontier Conservation Area (TFCA) treaty to protect their common biological resources in a unique conservation and development area along the two countri

Cuba has been declared by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the first country worldwide to successfully stop the transmission of HIV from infected mothers to their babies.

Malawi has announced that it will effect a ban on the use of thin plastics below 60 microns by June 30, government officials said.

Blantyre — Water tested from one shallow well at Manase Township in Blantyre has tested positive of fecal contamination, unfortunately, it is the well from which most people draw water for domestic

Rebuilding parts of Malawi that were devastated by floods in January will take up to five years and may cost more than $400 million, the United Nations said on Thursday.

Johannesburg — Malawian President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika and his government has been hailed for demonstrating high level commitment in the national and global fight against HIV and AIDS.

Chairperson of the Parliamentary Commitee on Natural Resources and Climate nchange Hon.Werani Chilenga 2nd from left speaking during the Press conference at C O I - Pic by Stanley Makuti

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