Written by Tenson Zobo
The war on Diabetes scaled down in Malawi due to lack of practical knowledge and commitment in the hospitals by the nurses in management of the diabetic patients. This was disclosed at the review meeting organized by Journal Aid to map the way forward in fighting against diabetes on 27 February, 2015 at Bridge view Hotel in Lilongwe.
Written by SONKE
On the eve of President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) to Parliament, the undersigned civil society organisations1 renew our demand that the Joint Committee on HIV and AIDS be reinstated. The committee, initially set up in 2012, was disbanded in 2014.
Written by Henry Chizimba
LIFE—the single most invaluable God-given gift—doesn’t have to be constantly in regrettably avoidable danger. It simply doesn’t have to be. This doesn’t have worrisomely to be more especially in times humanity health endeavors to fulfil nature’s sacred call—that is, procreation.
For instance, it is reported that mother earth lost 289,000 lives of women in 2013 alone due to pregnancy and childbirth related complications. These dear lives of our mothers, sisters, aunts, and daughters could have not have been this needlessly lost were it the case that governments, state organs, civil society organizations, and the donor community alike were doubly willing enough to do something aimed at making improvements on maternal side.
Written by MANA - MARAVIPOST
Lilongwe, February 7: MSN Laboratories, an Indian private drug manufacturing company on Thursday launched two new pain killer drugs known as Tapal and Febuday through Pharmamed, a Lilongwe based pharmaceutical company at a ceremony held at Lilongwe Hotel in Lilongwe.
On the Companies website it says, MSN Group is one of the fastest growing manufacturers of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) and Finished dosages in India. Established in the year 2003, MSN Group comprises of four API manufacturing plants, one finished dosage facility and a dedicated Technology development center.
Written by Press Release
Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) is delighted to have received a substantial three year grant from the Scottish Government to continue its health intervention project, Action Meningitis, in Malawi.
The international charity launched Action Meningitis because its research showed meningitis in Malawi is particularly lethal, and that Malawians often delay seeking medical help until it is too late. This results in meningitis and other severe bacterial infections killing and seriously disabling a high number of Malawian children every year.