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VAAM Project Trains Ward Councilors and Members of Parliament in Mangochi: Encourages Councils to comply with Pubic Finance Management Laws
corruption has reached worrying levels in the country’s councils. “Corruption is a serious human rights violation and a deterrent to the country’s socioeconomic development,” said Chiusiwa in Mangochi on Wednesday when he made a presentation during a training for councilors and MPs in the Voices and Actions for Accountabilities in Malawi (VAAM) project. VAAM is a three-year project being financed by Hivos and is being implemented in Blantyre, Dowa, Mangochi, Ntcheu, Mzimba, Mzuzu and Zomba.Read Article
Arresting child marriage monster in Dowa, Ntchisi
This prompted the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace of the Archdiocese of Lilongwe (CCJP Lilongwe) in partnership with Child Rights Advocacy and Paralegal Aid Centre (CRAPAC) to initiate a project to contribute towards government efforts to tame the vice.Read Article
CCJP moves to stop GBV cases in Dowa, Ntchis
CCJP Lilongwe Archdiocesan coordinator Enock Kamundi-Phiri emphasised that a functioning criminal justice system can play an important role in ensuring that victims of gender-based violence are able to access justiceRead Article
Communities’ pursuit for effective local governance
The project is being implemented in T/As Malenga and Nthondo in Ntchisi and T/As Chiwere, Mkukula, Mponela and Msakambewa in Dowa. The goal of the project is to increase citizen participation in the formulation and implementation of development projects at the local level.Read Article
Keeping uncaring husbands in check
The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace of the Archdiocese of Lilongwe (CCJP Lilongwe) facilitated the media tour in partnership with Child Rights Advocacy and Paralegal Aid Centre (Crapac) with financial support from United Nations Women through the Spotlight Initiative ProjectRead Article