if communities vote for more women to become members of parliament and councillors in the May 21 elections, it will help to curb challenges that women and girls are facing in different parts of the country.

Miss Alice Kachere, Chairperson for RWA – Malawi Chapter

In an effort to empower rural women and girls in different areas of the country, Rural Women’s Assembly (RWA) – Malawi Chapter, has launched a 50-50 campaign aimed at mobilizing community members to vote for women aspirants in the forthcoming tripartite elections.



  • NASFAM

The 2019 National Agriculture Fair, organised by the Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) together with the Ministry of Agriculture, provided another platform for the National Smallholder Farmers’ Association of Malawi (NASFAM), to showcase its excellence in agro-processing. Their efforts did not go unnoticed. They were awarded the best agro-processor trophy for the fifth consecutive year, and nine in total.