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SIMPLE MEASURES, SAVING LIVES: UPDATE FROM THE FIELD IN MALAWI

SIMPLE MEASURES, SAVING LIVES: UPDATE FROM THE FIELD IN MALAWI

by Saskia Hoskins source: Ammalife Above: medical staff in Malawi receiving training on the FAST-M sepsis prevention tools, from Linvell, senior nursing officer and one of our Maternal Sepsis Champions at Mithundu Hospital) FAST-M is one of the projects that Ammalife sponsors which has been improving maternal healthcare in Malawi. FAST-M is a treatment bundle forRead more about SIMPLE MEASURES, SAVING LIVES: UPDATE FROM THE FIELD IN MALAWI[…]

In the news: Poor sanitation igniting cholera outbreak

In the news: Poor sanitation igniting cholera outbreak

Written by  Eunice Ndhlovu source: MBC Online Poor sanitation is said to be one cause of different diseases at household and community level in the world. One of the well known diseases associated with poor sanitation is cholera that affected Malawi and other African countries a few months ago. Our reporter finds out why LilongweRead more about In the news: Poor sanitation igniting cholera outbreak[…]

In the news: PACHI urges communities to form cholera discussion groups

In the news: PACHI urges communities to form cholera discussion groups

Written by Prisca Chinguwo – Nyasatimes Source: Nyasatimes Parent and Child Health Initiative (PACHI) has urged communities which were affected by cholera in Lilongwe to form groups that will enhance information sharing on cholera and other health issues that the communities are likely to face. Pachi’s Laura Munthali: Areas need to be prevented from choleraRead more about In the news: PACHI urges communities to form cholera discussion groups[…]

PACHI TRAINS JOURNALISTS ON POSITIVE REPORTING

PACHI TRAINS JOURNALISTS ON POSITIVE REPORTING

As part of preparation on the social accountability towards cholera preparedness and awareness project PACHI has trained 12 journalist from different media houses in both print and electronic media. In this one-day training pachi trained journalists on bwalo concept which is a community grouping that aims at discussing issues that affect them as far as Read more about PACHI TRAINS JOURNALISTS ON POSITIVE REPORTING[…]