New life, fresh start for baby Pemphero

Agness Nyirongo is a 62-year-old grandmother. She shares her two-roomed grass thatched house in Mlongoti village, Rumphi District in northern Malawi with two of her children, nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Located just a few kilometres from the main town, Mlongoti is a poor village full of small houses. Just like Agness’ family, most of the families in this village earn a living from subsistence farming.

Japanese Ambassador visits village health clinic in Dedza

The Japanese Ambassador talking to women outside Chimphandu village clinic in Dedza district. © UNICEF/Malawi/2017/ G Nyirenda By Naomi Kalemba, UNICEF Malawi On a recent morning, five-month-old Elita Kabison of Chimphandu village woke up with a fever. Her mother noticed that she was also refusing to breastfeed, despite this being her favorite thing to do. Elita’s … Continue reading Japanese Ambassador visits village health clinic in Dedza