Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) began as a one man’s vision 15 years ago and it is now one of the most successful organizations in Malawi that is effectively serving thousands of youths, women and children throughout the country.
44 year-old Domitale Binali who hails from the area of Group
As an old axiom says ‘both poverty and riches are the offspring of thought’; women from
About half of nearly 120 million women who give birth each year experience some kind of complication during their pregnancies and between 15 million and 20 million develop disabilities such as severe anaemia, incontinence, damage to the reproductive organs or nervous system, chronic pain, and infertility. Maternal disabilities have received relatively little attention, because they are often concealed.
Jonas Ketulo - not his real name (14), who hails from Nawanga Village in the area of Traditional Authority (T/A) Ngokwe in Machinga district, dreams of becoming a doctor. The dream could have been shattered if it was not for the efforts of the members of Nawanga Community Rights Committee (CRC) and Nawanga Community Action Group (CAG) members who rescued the boy from exploitative forced labour in Mozambique.
In August last year, Jonas, a first born in a family of four children, was approached by a certain man called Mverowho enticed him to leave Malawi for better economic opportunities