Following the daily covid 19 update by the ministry of heath, in the past 24 hours Malawi has registered a 3.4% average positivity rate. Which is good news to the nation. However this post a mixed reaction to citizens, because as the positivity rate drops, as a nation, we are also experiencing a much higher […]Read More MK1. 4 MILLION WORTH OF INTEGRITY
Conferring to the meeting held in mponela by the Ministry of health, truck drivers association of malawi and proffessional drivers association of malawi on covid19 infections prevention and control of the transimition as one way of combating the pandermic, our everyday mode of transport whether, to our business sites, work or homes have proved a […]Read More PASSANGERS AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTS SERVING COVID19 CHOW
Hello world, yet another beautiful day, how is hand washing, face masking and sanitising working out in your homes? In my previous writing “harkening to Covid 19 Death Toll” I talked about how responsible we need to be in this corona plague. Recently I have done a lot of movements in Blantyre CBD, and my […]Read More Wash/Dispose Those Dirty Facemasks
Hello world, it’s been a minute since we caught up in the reading dome. Just like you, I guess I was also emotionally down with the impact Covid 19 is making in our respective societies, my condolences to the families that have lost their loved ones to this deadly disease. Covid 19 which seemed to […]Read More Harkening To COVID19-Death Toll
In my previous post titled ” mental health care” ,I explained of the conditions mental health – cares are experiencing, However I did not explain in details how these conditions seem to exist. Malawi has the lowest ranking on health system among countries which are not affected by civil wars, however the medical services delivered […]Read More WHY THESE POOR CONDITIONS IN HEALTH SECTORS?
According to the World Health Organization, one in four people suffers from a mental health problem at some point in their life. After visiting Queens Elizabeth hospital in Blantyre i found out that Mental ill health is the largest group of disorders after cancers and cardiovascular disease.mental health problems in this post shall mean mental […]Read More HOW SHOULD MALAWI HANDLE MENTAL HEALTHY-CARE?
In my previous post, titled “WHY THIS BLOG”, I raised an issue on how government officials are neglecting some of the issues that concerns the healthy of the citizens.And in the post I described it as an act of taking “healthy” for granted. Early this month ,people in southern region of Malawi were in danger […]Read More SHIRE RIVER GETS CONTAMINATED
Hie world, welcome to “TOWARDS HEALTHY”. “Healthy” ,is an important word that many people in Malawi including leaders (government officials) take for granted, but there is a need to understand that a country or a state can not fully operate without a clear understanding as to what the word healthy means. Healthy can be explained […]Read More WHY THIS BLOG ?