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A debate about who should empty pit latrines between Government and NGOs for the sake of sustainability sprung when Harold Chirwa who is the Pit Emptying Association introduced the association. The issue of disposal and treatments has also been tabled as a...read more
Speaking during the African Civil Society Network on Water and Sanitation (ANEW) meeting today, WES Network' s National Coordinator Willies Mwandira has highlighted WES Network's involvement in the currently under review Water Policy and how strengthened systems have...read more
On 4th November 2020, African Finance Ministers (Malawi inclusive) held a successful dialogue on WASH investments. Being SWA partners WES Network (secretariat and members) and UNICEF facilitated the participation of our Finance Minister Hon. Felix Mlusu and the two...read more
People around Masasa location in Mzuzu city(Malawi), can now afford a smile knowing that their environment is safer and their women have been dignified because of the coming of an incinerator at Mzuzu Female Prison that has been constructed by St John of God (SJOG)....read more
Being a signatory to the United Nations (UN) and on the course to attain SDG6 by 2030, Malawi joins the rest of the UN family across the globe to commemorate the World Toilet day which falls on 19th November (tomorrow) annually. The day was set aside in July 2013 to...read more
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