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Eight year old David Chawinga hails from Mzgola; Group village Head (GVH) Chigwere, a village situated at about 116km from Mzuzu city. It is one of the hard to reach areas due to its hilly, dusty and rocky topography in Nkhatabay district. In most cases, such areas...read more
During the global Finance Ministers Meeting held yesterday, 4th November 2020; members highlighted how Finance Ministers would be significant if actively engaged and conversant of the critical role the WASH sector has to both the country and its economic muscle....read more
Facilitated by the Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources, the WASH sector conducts an annual review process commonly termed as the Joint Sector Review (JSR). The aim of the review is to engage stakeholders in assessing performance, challenges and emerging issues...read more
Annually, Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) partners convene Finance Ministers across the globe where issues pertaining the Water and Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) are discussed. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 SWA FMMs will be virtual and livestreamed in three...read more
Since 1991, the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) has annually organised the World Water Week (WWW) that has aimed at transforming the global Water Sector. During the conferences, a number of issues ranging from finances, challenges, opportunities...read more
This video is showing one District Water Development Officer (DWDO), Mr. Edwin Mchilikizo in Mulanje where him and colleagues where effortlessly...read more
On 15 August 2020, the Malawi Head of State, President Lazarus Chakwera announced that government plans to reopen schools early September. According to his remarks, only schools which meet the government’s safety standards on coronavirus prevention will be allowed to...read more
Not being conversant with national guidelines when implementing projects has been a contributing factor to construction of substandard structures like boreholes among others according to assessments that WES Network has and is carrying in various districts of Malawi....read more
At the battle field with COVID-19, almost all weapons have and are being explored and utilized in order to win the fight. Masks, PPEs, handwashing facilities, Menstrual Hygiene Management kits etc. are being bought and distributed to both public places, communities...read more
On 10th July 2020, WES Network Secretariat met with the Water Planning Department's Chief Economist Mercy Msowoya to get updates on the review of sanitation and water policy, finalization of the joint financing arrangement, progress made on the localization of SDG 6...read more