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Monthly Archives: May 2016

YONECO Cultural Troupe Joins Malawi Police in Fighting against Ritual Murders of People with Albinism

On 26 May, 2016, YONECO Cultural Troupe joined the Malawi Police Service in two events that were organised to campaign against killing, abduction and exhumation of remains of people with albinism. The two events were held at Chikwewo and Michongwe primary schools in the areas of Traditional Authorities (T/As) Chikwewo and Kawinga respectively.   YONECO

YONECO Holds a Team Building Session for Staff

In its untiring efforts of enhancing the quality of services and support towards promoting the rights and welfare of the youth, women and children; YONECO held a one day team building session that was officially opened by the organization’s Board Chairperson – Professor Dixie Malauwa Banda.   The session that was held at Naming’azi Lay

YONECO STAFF IN TEAM BUILDING SESSION.

Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) members of staff were in a day long team building session. The session was facilitated by an expert in team building and the Executive Director. Prior to the commencement of the session the organization Board Chair Prof. Dixie Maluwa Banda made key note address. In his remarks he highlighted some

YONECO Donates Food Items to Balaka District Hospital

On 20 May, 2016, Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) donated assorted food items worth over MK 250,000.00 to Balaka District Hospital. The donation was a response to the district call for assistance that was made during a District Executive Committee (DEC) meeting that was held in the district.   As a member of the DEC

Bereu HAC Commends DFID for support towards Empowering Young People in Managing Health Risks Project

Members of Bereu Health Advisory Committee (HAC) have commended the Department for International Development (DFID) for financially supporting Empowering Young People in Managing Health Risks Project which is being implemented by YONECO and Education Expertise Development Foundation (EEDF) in Chikwawa and Mangochi districts.   The committee members applauded DFID at Bereu Health Centre during a