ECD Centre Learners Visit Lake Malawi Museum

Yesterday, we organised a learning visit to Lake Malawi Museum for children who attend sessions at an Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centre which we established at Mangochi Boma. The session was aimed at ensuring that the children should be able to learn and appreciate the history of the area in which they live in. A…

YONECO ED Meets Beneficiaries of Siyankha Model

MacBain Mkandawire – It’s always satisfying when you see the project results. Our young women doing the internship at Amarylis Hotels in Blantyre. Thanks to Management of Amaryllis Hotels for being there to partners on this. This us under the Ana Patsogolo Activity (APA) and this is the Siyankha Model for economic empowerment. APA is…

YONECO Donates Groundnuts Grinders to Youth Groups in Ntcheu

As one way of improving nutrition and economic status of Young People Living with HIV (YPLH), YONECO through Investing for Impact of HIV/AIDS among Young People Project supported four youth support groups from Ntcheu district with portable groundnuts grinders. The handover ceremony of the groundnuts grinders was done in the area of Group Village Head…

YONECO Conducts a Career Guidance Sessions in Mangochi

Today, YONECO conducted a career guidance session with girls at St Monica Secondary School in Mangochi district. The session was aimed at equipping young girls with knowledge on how they can set goals and have them achieved. Students were also advised to desist from sexual relationships because they may result in them making poor choices…

YONECO ED Calls for Community Empowerment in Management of ECD Centres

The Executive Director of YONECO – MacBain Mkandawire has called for concerted efforts towards empowering community members to sustainably manage Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centres in rural areas. The Executive Director of YONECO made the remarks during the commemoration of ECD Awareness and Advocacy Week that was held on 18th October, 2021 in Mangochi district.…

Kuulula Nkhanza Kwaphweka

Ululani nkhanza zomwe ana akukumana nazo poimba foni ku Tithandizane National Child Helpline pa 116 ndipo mukhozanso kuulula nkhanza zochitika chifukwa wina ndi mwamuna kapena mkazi poimba foni pa 5600. Kumbukirani kuti nambalazi ndizaulere.