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Lilongwe City residents have applauded the Lilongwe Water and Sanitation Project (LWSP) being implemented by the Lilongwe Water Board (LWB) citing it has lessened challenges they were previously facing in accessing clean and safe water. Speaking when the Water and...read more
In a bid to enhance learning and knowledge exchange among district councils and NGO’s, the Water and Environmental Sanitation Network (WESNET) on Thursday and Friday this week engaged various Wash players under the Central Region Chapter for WESNET. The engagement...read more
The Water and Environmental Sanitation Network (WESNET) is optimistic that harmonizing the Malawi data on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) can assist to improve the sector. Program specialist for BASEflow Hector Chilimani, made the sentiments in Lilongwe on...read more
On May 31 2023, Wesnet and the Menstrual Hygiene Management Hub in Malawi commemorated the Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Day which falls on 28 May every year. The event which was commemorated under the theme “Making menstruation a normal fact of life by 2030”...read more
The Water and Environmental Sanitation Network (WES Network) organized a two-day WASH INNOVATION FAIR with the aim of providing WASH players in Malawi a platform through which innovations, technologies and proven best practices in Wash services can widely be shared....read more
In an effort to advance health and climate change priorities which has negatively affected the region, Malawi inclusive, the Water and Environmental Sanitation Network (WESNET) will this week Thursday 30th and Friday 31st March provide a...read more
Minister of Water and Sanitation Abida Mia has said the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector deserves all the attention it needs and has to be priotised as it is central for the development of Malawi. She made the remarks in Lilongwe during an engagement...read more
Minister of Water and Sanitation Honourable Abida Mia has called for collaboration among stakeholders in the WASH sector saying it is one way of addressing the challenges being faced by the sector. She made the remarks in Lilongwe when she officially opened the two...read more
During the week, Wesnetwork-Water and Environmental Sanitation Network secretariat and the National Sanitation and Hygiene Technical Committee engaged communities in Mangochi, Balaka and Blantyre districts where Evidence Action is implementing the Dispenser for Safe...read more
Over the weekend, Wesnetwork-Water and Environmental Sanitation Network member Malawi Girl Guides Association (Magga) engaged the Parliamentary Women Caucus in Dedza district where among others they had the opportunity to hear the challenges Adolescent Girls and Young...read more