Hygiene is Godliness – First Lady Professor Mutharika

The First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika has commended Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAMA) for partnering with Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust in instilling hygiene practices in learners in Malawi. Mutharika made the remarks at Zomba State Lodge on Friday during the third My Clean School, My Pride award presentation among independent schools in Malawi which saw Chisapi Private Schools of Chigumula in Blantyre emerging winners in the 2018 competition. “I’m a strong believer in cleanness and in that cleanliness…

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First Lady Interacts with Malawian Women Living in UK

Malawi’s First Lady, Prof. Gertrude Mutharika Saturday asked Malawian ladies living in United Kingdom (UK) to support initiatives she is implementing in the country to rid young girls from early marriage bondage and take them back to school. The First Lady made the plea at Hyatt Hotel in Westminster, London, where she hosted the ladies to an afternoon tea for purposes of interaction. Briefing the women, she outlined initiatives Beautify Malawi Trust (BEAM) under her patronage, is implementing that…

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Beam Trust Initiate Tree Planting at Chinsapo Secondary School

As one way of conserving the environment, on Friday the Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust led students of Chinsapo Secondary school in a tree planting exercise, as well as establishing BEAM club at their grounds in Lilongwe. The establishment of Beam clubs in schools will help the implementation of the dreams and the vision of Beam Trust which among its activities is to make a cleaner, healthier and a beautiful Malawi. Speaking during the function Chairperson for Beam Trust, Dingiswayo…

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First Lady Calls for Unity in Ending Child Marriages

The country’sFirst Lady Gertrude Mutharika says there must be collective efforts among stakeholders to ensure that child marriages are eliminated in the country. She said this during the official launch of a five year ‘End Child Marriage’ campaign by World Vision Malawi (WVM) at Kam’mwamba in Neno District. Mutharika said the prevalence of child marriages is high in Malawi, hence the need to join hands to make sure that children stay in schools and not in early marriages. “It…

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First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika Comforts Providence Girls’ Fire Victims

Malawi’s first lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika on Saturday visited and consoled students of Providence Girls Secondary School following a fire that raised-down one of the hostels at the Roman Catholic run education facility. The incident, which occurred on the afternoon of 21st February this year, affected about 100 students, with 39 of them losing everything to the inferno. According to Providence Girl Secondary School prefect Vanessa Disoni, some of the affected students are yet to report back for school….

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First Lady Hands Over MK90 Million Worth of Medical Equipment

Malawi’s  First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika, through the Beautify Malawi Trust (BEAM) on Tuesday handed over medical equipment worth K90 million to Chatinkha Maternity Wing at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre, courtesy of Mota Engil. The equipment included Ultra-sound machines, sterilizers, examination beds and mattresses, oxygen concentrators, pregnancy test kits as well as an Autoclave machine among others. Mutharika said as a referral hospital that handles very critical maternity cases, the maternity wing needs such kind of…

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BEAM Trust Hailed for Promoting Education Standards

Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust has emerged the best development partner in the promotion of quality education in Mzuzu according to the city’s District Education Manager (DEM)’s office. BEAM Trust has outsmarted other 10 organizations listed to be doing a commendable job in uplifting education standards in the city and Northern Region as whole. Speaking to Malawi News Agency (Mana) Friday on the sidelines of the commemoration of Education Day at Mzuzu Stadium, BEAM Trust’s Northern Region Coordinator, Rebecca Chirwa,…

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BEAM, Students Plant 2000 Trees

Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust in conjunction with Independent Schools Association of Malawi (ISAM) and Lilongwe City Council on Friday engaged students in Lilongwe in planting 2000 trees along Lingadzi River with an aim of instilling in the students a sense of responsibility in conserving and beautifying the environment. The students were drawn from five private schools namely Golden Gate, Crazmatic, Haven Modern, Favoured Privates Schools and St Jones Catholic Secondary School. This is part of the campaign by Beautify…

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‘Environmental Protection Heartbeat of BEAM’

First Lady Madame Prof. Gertrude Mutharika says sanitation and environmental protection remains a major concern for Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust. The First Lady was speaking on Thursday in Blantyre during the presentation of awards to winners in the Blantyre City Council Clean Premises Competition at COMESA hall. Madame Mutharika said the competition conducted by Blantyre City Council was in line with the vision and agenda of BEAM Trust which strives to make clean both domestic and business premises through…

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BEAM Trust to construct girl’s hostel at KU Secondary School

First Lady of this country, Madame Gertrude Mutharika has promised to continue promoting the pride of girl’s education in the country through her trust by making sure that learning environments are conducive at all cost. In view of this, Madame Mutharika who is also patron of Beautiful Malawi (BEAM) Trust has veiled to construct a girl’s hostel at Kasungu Secondary School (KUSS). There are plans to construct a hostel to ease congestion problems that have rocked the school since…

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