By Ken Limwame, Communications for Development Specialist, UNICEF, Malawi. Charity Nkhoma, a mother whose children were affected by Cholera in Karonga. @UNICEF/ 2017/ Jacob Nankhonya. “We are no longer eating left over rice in this house”, Charity Nkhoma said with sadness in her voice. Sitting on the mud-floor on the veranda of her grass-thatched house, … Continue reading Cholera treatment centers saves lives in Karonga
Rehema (far right) with her fellow K.I.N.D scholarship recipients at Namwera Community Day Secondary School © UNICEF Malawi/2017/ Eldson Chagara By Lauren Davitt, UNICEF USA Rehema is quiet and soft-spoken, introducing herself shyly when we first meet at her high school in Namwera, in rural Malawi. She sees that I have a stack of notes and … Continue reading Investing In Young Talent In Malawi
n many rural Malawian households, adequate nutritious meals are not readily available. Over the past few years, drought and flooding have also affected food production, reducing the already small and undiversified food portions of the poor.