Keeping Girls in School: New WASH facilities for a brighter future
10 December 2014 – UNICEF and DFID joined Malawi’s Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Honourable Vincent Winstone Ghambi, in officially handing over the child-friendly, inclusive toilet blocks of Dwasulu Community Day Secondary School.
Action for adolescents at the National Youth Interface Forum in Lilongwe
4 December 2014 – The launch of the National Interface Forum on Youth and Adolescents today was a call for action to respond to the needs of adolescents in Malawi.
UNICEF Malawi Representative at the 10th Anniversary of Schools for Africa
19 November 2014 –UNICEF Malawi Representative Mahimbo Mdoe joined the German National Committee for UNICEF to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Schools for Africa Initiative, which aims to support UNICEF education programmes in 13 African countries.
Mother groups in Malawi
November 2014 - This video shows some of Malawi’s efforts for girls to stay in school. An important element to achieve good education for girls are mother groups.
Raising the number of female teachers in rural areas
November 2014 - In order to raise the number of teachers in Malawi, and specifically the number of female teachers in rural areas, UNICEF Malawi joined forces with DAPP Malawi.
African Leaders Forum on Disability: “Disability is not inability”
February 2014 - Despite the looming grey sky overhead, the crowds gathered excitedly for a football match in Civo stadium, Lilongwe’s main stadium on a Sunday afternoon in February.
Preventing HIV in schools
27 November 2013 - On their way to an HIV testing and counselling day (HTCD) in Thyolo, HIV counsellors Ida Mangani and Alick Mulozi seem confident that the day will go well.
A new lease of life through football
02 September 2013: Sipping from his cup of tea and eating a biscuit, you wouldn’t believe this shy man comes from one of the most notorious neighbourhoods in Blantyre.
See the child – before the disability, MODEA and UNICEF says
6 June 2013 – Children with disabilities and their communities would both benefit if society focused on what those children can achieve, rather than what they cannot do, according to two new reports launched today.