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The Malawi institute of journalism (MIJ) is pleased to announce the names of candidates who have been selected to pursue Bachelor of Arts in Journalism-Year One at its Blantyre Campus beginning January 2022 as follows: NO SURNAME FIRSTNAME 1 Bronex Edwin 2 Chimwaza Alipo 3 Kalonga Danford Edward 4 Kondwani Alinafe Beata 5 Kudzingo Mclloyd...
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The Malawi institute of journalism (MIJ) is pleased to invite candidates to attend entrance examinations for certificate and diploma in journalism programs as follows:   DATE            :           Friday, 3 December 2021 TIME            :           8:00 am Venues        :           Blantyre campus in Naperi Township. Lilongwe Campus in La Rose Building, behind Mount Meru Filling Station...
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There have been alarming rate of girls who have been dropping out of school at Chilipa Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Mangochi which 30 have stopped attending classes this academic year alone. The Deputy Head Teacher at the school, Cosmas Jere said they are really affected with the situation and they are in the...
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Gender and social welfare officer in northern region has asked responsible personnel to start taking steps in regulating social media as one way of protecting children from different forms of abuses they experience. The social welfare officer Leckson Ngambi further suggested that parents should not be allowing their children to have phones that provide them...
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Children at Eswazini feel not inspired to go to school because of inadequate teaching and learning resources at Eswazini primary school,Traditional Authority Kampingo Sibande in Mzimba district. Brenda Mbizi who is in standard 6 attributes shortage of desks and other learning materials at the school as one of the main reasons that contribute to school...
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Timasukilane Youths Club together with Nkhata bay district social welfare office has embarked on a project of rescuing teen girls from marriages and sending them back to school in the district. About 45 girls have been rescued and are advised to restart schooling. This project is being implemented at Traditional Authority Malanda in the district....
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Blantyre District Social Welfare (BDSW) Officer, Stephano Joseph has called for intense coverage of abuses against children and says journalists must also focus on solutions in order to deal with the vices completely. Joseph says currently children in Blantyre District are experiencing many abuses which some of them are being perpetrated by close relations which...
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Child Marrieges
As many stakeholders are intensifying campaigns aimed at bringing awareness on the need to protect the rights of children so as to end child marriages, poverty is said to be fueling the vice rendering the campaign efforts worthless. It is understood that due to poverty, many parents force their children to drop out of school...
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Children and other stakeholders in villages around Chezi Trading Centre in Traditional Authority Mkukula have bemoaned lack of deliberate will in most parents to ensure that the children’s right to education is protected by exposing such children to various forms of abuse including forced labour. The revelation came when a team of Malawi Institute of...
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Lilongwe Rural District social welfare officer, Jean Nthengwe has called on Malawi Institute of Journalism (MIJ) students in Lilongwe to join hands with government in a bid to protect children from any form of violation of their rights either through abuse or by engaging them in hard labour. Nthengwe made the sentiments when he addressed...
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