This call is designated to members of Young Women Can Do It clubs, to be more actively involved in combating the extreme consequences of climate change. There is a clear evidence that the earth’s temperature is increasing at an alarming rate, latest reports indicate that temperatures are likely to increase by 6.4◦c in the 21st century, from1.1◦c increase in the 20th century.>>>read more
Network for Youth Development in conjunction with its cooperating partner from Norway – Spire hold a 2 day long conference on sustainable development which has drawn participants from some selected districts of Malawi through the Young Women Can Do It clubs, read more >>>
Gender issues are not complex but the old belief system that exists in our society is making the concept of gender a very volatile topic to dwell on. In Malawi the new dispensation coupled with international and regional instruments added value to the struggle against gender inequality.
The development of gender law informed by international and regional perspectives, has resulted in the improvement of the rights of women. These include: The United National Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and the protocol on the rights of Women in Africa Read More >>>