Lilongwe — Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation Dr Allan Chiyembekeza has revealed that Malawi loses nearly 200 square miles of its forest and this translates into a deforestation rate of 2.8 per
Cholera continues to haunt people in Nsanje, with latest reports indicating that cholera cases have hit 159, and that the outbreak has also spread to the area of Chief Mbenje.
Cholera outbreak continue to pose panic in the lower shire of Nsanje district with a number of the affected now reaching 132 from 110 last week.
The Civil Society Agriculture Network (CisaNet) has warned Malawi government that the country is likely to be hit heavily by hunger following the floods that hit the nation, something which will le
Over a third of hospitals and clinics in developing countries have nowhere for staff or patients to wash with soap, and almost 40 percent have no source of water, according to a WHO-backed internat
Deputy Director Clinical Services (Nutrition) in the Ministry of Health, Janet Guta has said that the newly updated version of the National Guidelines on Nutrition Care Support and Treatment (NCST)
LILONGWE, March 5 (Xinhua) -- The World Health Organization (WHO) has intensified support for Malawi and Mozambique in the wake of an outbreak of cholera in the two African countries, the UN health
According to a recent toll had revealed that the scare was hitting Malawi's borders more especially Mozambique borders.
A cholera outbreak is further jeopardizing the health of 230,000 people recently displaced by floods in Malawi.
The World Bank has distanced itself from the recent report which ranked Malawi as the poorest country in the world in 2015, and the Bank has since described the statistics as erroneous.
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