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Cyclone Idai's Death Toll In The Hundreds In Southern Africa
Many more are missing in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi in the region's most destructive flooding in 20 years.
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Madonna's New Photo With All Her Kids Will Open Your Heart
"Tree of life," the pop superstar captioned the picture.
‘They Say We’re Sinners’: Protecting Malawi’s Sex Workers From Police
By Rumbi Chakamba, Women & Girls
Discrimination and misunderstanding of the law are causing tensions between Malawi’s police and sex workers, who often accuse
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Poverty Comes In Many Forms
CEO of international agricultural and development organisation...
Across East Africa today, up to 20 million people are at risk of hunger and starvation because of a continuing drought against
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Madonna Granted Permission To Adopt Twins From Malawi
The singer previously adopted two children from the Southern African country.
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Meet The Young Malawian Women Tailoring And Selling Reusable Sanitary Pads
Photographer Julia Gunther chronicles how the simple objects literally change girls' lives.
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'Each Of Us Is A Treasure': Edward Snowden Writes To A Malawi Girl Living With Albinism
By Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz Africa
Edward Snowden wrote a letter to Annie Alfred, a 10-year-old child living with albinism in Malawi. Alfred is one of 7,000
Climate Change This Week: Extinction, Taxing Climate Denial, and More!
Mary Ellen Harte
Biologist, Author, and Consultant on Climate Change and Popula...
The innovation could prove important for making wearable tech self-powering - perhaps one day you'll be able to buy a solar
United Village Transformation meets First Lady of Malawi Gertrude Mutharika
United Village Transformation (UVT) has been working in Malawi since 2010 with a focus on education, nutrition and women's
Protecting The Wildlife In Africa With 21st-Century Technology
Silicon Valley Freelance Writer
Trying to fight poachers and government officials who are supposed to protect wildlife make the fight that more difficult. However, if all poachers can be thwarted with state-of-the-art technology such as drones, it matters not who is out to destroy the wildlife of Africa.
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What Life Is Like When A Girl Marries At 11
“Marriage cuts off the dreams of young girls," says Memory Banda, the teen who helped raise the legal age to wed in Malawi.
Power battles keep Malawians guessing why their president disappeared
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'Cool Effect' Promises Carbon Reduction Solutions
Marcia G. Yerman
Writer on women's issues, human rights, environment and culture
How many times have you experienced frustration about the issue of climate change, and felt powerless to effect tangible change? You're not alone.
Surprise! Livestock Helps Farmers Become Resilient to Climate Change
President and CEO, Heifer International
Sunday, October 16 is World Food Day, and this year's theme is "Climate is changing. Food and agriculture must too." The relationship between agriculture and the environment is the crux of much of Heifer International's work in the field.
Malawians Have Taken To Social Media To Find Their President Missing In The U.S.
By Lynsey Chutel, Quartz Africa
Worried Malawians are trying to find their leader. President Peter Mutharika left Malawi on Sept. 15 to attend the United
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Emma Watson Calls For An End To Child Marriage In Africa
By Sebastien Malo, Reuters
The British actress visited Malawi to address the issue ahead of International Day of the Girl.
Mental Health on Air: How Radio is Getting Teens Talking About Mental Health in Malawi and Tanzania
Executive Director, Farm Radio International
The first step to appropriate care is to raise awareness about mental health and mental illness so that young people can
Redefining Gender: This Week In Daily Giving
Co Founder of The Pollination Project
Adebimpe Mbang Femi-Oyewo, Kinnect: Connecting for Good, Lagos, Nigeria. People come together to address social challenges
TEDWomen Update: Memory Banda and a warrior's cry against child marriage
Editorial Director, TEDWomen
At the time, Malawi had the highest rates of child marriage in the world. A 2014 Human Rights Watch report outlined the shocking
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