Mangochi ECD Centre Graduates 20 Children

YONECO established an Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centre at Mangochi Boma in 2020. The centre started like a musturd seed and it has now grown into a reliable child care and development centre. Currently, the centre has a total of 86 children of which 40 are boys and 46 are girls. The ECD centre has…

YONECO Conducts Supportive Visits to Community Structures on Drug and Alcohol Abuse.

Drug and Alcohol abuse continues to have devastating effects among young people, and its impact, lasting. High unemployment rates in Malawi has resulted in many young people resorting to drug and alcohol abuse as one way of escaping the harsh realities of poverty. This poses a danger to the youthful population who are mostly seen…

YONECO Supports Senzani Youth Clubs with Business Start-up Capital

Young people in Malawi fail to access business loans due to various sureties which lending institutions demand from them. Despite having the energy and determination to enhance their welfare, most young people do not have collateral to get loans and this prevents them from venturing into small and medium enterprises. It is against this background…

YONECO’s Youth and Agriculture Intervention Takes Shape in Nkhata Bay

The youth have the potential of being lead producers of horticultural crops in Malawi and enhance their wellbeing. YONECO provides technical support to young people to realize this possibility.   Individual young farmers from Chipaika in the area of Traditional Authority (T/A) Nyaluwanga in Nkhata Bay district are excepted benefit from their sweat after cultivating…

2021 National Agriculture Fair

YONECO is participating in this year’s National Agriculture Fair (NAF) which is currently underway at Chichiri Trade Fair Grounds in Blantyre. The official opening ceremony of the Fair was held yesterday and it was presided over by the President of the Republic of Malawi, His Excellency Dr. Lazurus Chakwera. We have set up our stand…

YONECO Signs MoU with Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs

Today, 12 November 2021, the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO) which, among others, will see to it that all the survivors of defilement are getting justice. By Titus Linzie- Lilongwe