FPAM to Uplift Welfare of Malawi Footballers

At last football players in the country can afford a smile on their faces as Football Players Association of Malawi (FPAM) has announced plans to uplift the welfare of football players. Speaking to reporters at Mpira Village in Chiwembe-Blantyre on Thursday, FPAM’s General Secretary, Enerst Mangani said the association has been formed with the objective of uplifting welfare of current and former football players. “Our mandate as Football Players Association of Malawi will be to look after the welfare…

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Machinga Youth Drilled on Sexual Reproductive Health

Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) closed the 2017 year in style by organising an open-day in Traditional Authority Liwonde in Machinga to equip the youth with sexual and reproductive health knowledge. The youth are expected to use the knowledge gained in preventing teen-age pregnancies. The open day, held last Sunday under the ‘Yes I Do,’ Project, centred on encouraging the girl child to go back to school as schools open on January 8, 2018 for the second term…

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Female Sex Workers Crucial in HIV/AIDS Fight

National AIDS Commission (NAC) says female sex workers are important players in the efforts against HIV/AIDS in the country. NAC District Coordination Officer for the centre, Eric Dakamau, made the remarks in Mchinji on Tuesday during a stakeholders meeting. He said most female sex workers do not know their HIV status and reluctant to seek HIV/AIDS services due to fear of being discriminated, which is putting their clients at more risk. Dakamau then called for organisations and all stakeholders…

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