Jun 6, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Balaka farmers fight for a better implementation of AIP

by Chrispine Msiska Some smallholder farmers in Balaka district have joined calls to revise the implementation of the Affordable Inputs Programme-AIP,...
Jun 6, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Drug abuse among Chilenje youths and how it has negatively affected community

Belita Nyirenda Chayu They say youths are the future leaders of tomorrow and advocates for change but with the abuse of...
Jun 6, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Intimate partner violence in Matero

by Enala Phiri Intimate partner violence is one of the most common forms of violence against women and includes physical,sexual,emotional and...
Jun 6, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Cholera claims one in Balaka

Mike Van Kamande Balaka District has registered its first death due to cholera this year. Speaking in an interview, Balaka district...
Jun 6, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Hunger hits Chiradzulu District earlier than anticipated with women suffering the most

By Rashidah Matandika In Chiradzulu District, climate challenge have resulted in people experiencing hunger earlier than anticipated. Women are the most...
Jun 6, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Ex-miners and families resisting COVID-19 vaccine

Mike Van Kamande The ex-miners Association of Malawi (EMAM) says many of its members and their households shun Covid-19 Pandemic vaccine...
Jun 6, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

CARD drills journalists on Community Voice App project

by Mike Van Kamande Churches Action Relief and Development (CARD) says a media fully knowledgeable on advocacy has the potential to...
Jun 3, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Unemployment in the community of  Kanyama

Written by : Precious Chileshe Unemployment is the major problem that has affected the community of Kanyama and it’s causes, low education and...
May 27, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Church Alliances partner Malawian journalists in Voice Up project for vulnerable communities

by Wanangwa Mtawali Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD) and South Africa based Action Churches Together (ACT) Ubumbano have partnered...
Apr 7, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Resilience – the unsung story of Chipamba, Magadi and Chindungwa learners

It is said that education is a key to success but achieving that is another thing. Whilst other pupils and students...
Apr 7, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Civil society organisations have responded to poor youth participation in the just-ended by-elections by exploring ways to increase the youth vote

by Mabel Khumalo A review of the by-Elections by the organisations revealed various reasons behind the disappointing youth participation in electoral...
Apr 7, 2022 By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za/ 0

Extra lessons worries parents in Zimbabwe’s Epworth surbub.

by Rosalia Guvamombe Parents in Epworth are lamenting poor access to education of their children since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic...
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