Students from Skyway University hailed YONECO for its proficiency in improving the lives of the marginalized groups of people as well as the interventions which the organisation is currently undertaking to enhance social-economic capacities of people in Malawi.
A 32 year old woman together with her four children spent the last 14 days and nights of February outside her house because of her husband’s unsettled debts which he owed commercial banks and several individuals in Ntcheu district.
The Executive Director for YONECO, Mac Bain Mkandawire urged all eminent institutions that are renowned with the mitigation of child rights violations in Zomba district to
Rhoda Siyabu (18) is the first born in a family of six and she sadly got impregnated when she was only 14 and she was in Form 2 of her secondary school studies. Four years after the incident, she is failing to go back to school because her parents cannot afford to pay for her tuition fees. Her story is among many sad stories that illustrate the hardships and challenges that many adolescent girls face in Malawi
Mphompha Drama Group was among the lucky groups to undergo a Theatre for Development Training that was organised by Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) with support from National Democratic Institute.
Mphompha is a community drama group from Rumphi district and it was established in September, 2013 and currently, the group has 35 members among which 12 are females and 23 are males.