Government commits to quality health delivery

 Government has pledged to work with the church and development partners to ensure promotion of quality education for nurses, midwives and other medical practitioners to achieve quality health care delivery system in Malawi. Vice President Everton Chimulirenji made the commitment at St Luke’s Nursing and Midwifery College at Malosa in Zomba Thursday during the graduation ceremony of 176 nurses and midwifery technicians. “We further commit our government to work with the church for the betterment of Malawians,” Chimulirenji said,…

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U.S. Ambassador to Malawi, Robert Scott celebrates the International Literacy Day

The U.S. Ambassador to Malawi, Robert Scott and the Secretary of Education, Science and Technology, Mr. Justin Saidi joined with students, parents, and teachers to celebrate the International Literacy Day with an event to support the new campaign: “Let’s Join Hands To Read And Care For Books”/ “Tigwirane Manja Powerenga Ndi Kusamalira Mabuku.” In support of the National Reading Program, Ambassador Scott told the gathered participants: “All children deserve the opportunity to learn to read and engage with books….

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Mhuju Education Zone awards best learners in 2019 PSLCE results

Mhuju Education Zone in Rumphi has awarded learners and teachers that have performed well in the 2019 Primary School Leaving Certificate of Examination results. Rumphi District Education Manager (DEM), Macphine Mzumara, who presided over the awarding ceremony, said rewarding the best performing learners and teachers is one of the mechanisms his office has put in place to improve education standards in the district. “It is a fact that the quality of education is going down in the district compared…

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To Dubai for robotics

Five first year Polytechnic Engineering students have been selected to participate at the First Global Robotics Olympics competition from 24th to 27th October 2019, in Dubai. The students are; Nyasha Mpinda, Victor Njimapemba, Loreen Chiwaya, Sally Mwai Changaya and Patience Muhaliya. According to the team leader and mentor, lecturer in the Electronics and Computer engineering department Stanley Mbewe, this is an annual event where by engineering students from all over the world come together to compete on how they can…

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