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MENSTRUAL HYGIENE KITS – MEETING THE NEEDS OF GIRLS

Not having sanitary supplies means days without school  and not leaving their houses/hostels. It also means girls using unhealthy materials, cloth, paper, leaves, mattress stuffing, corn cobs, or anything they think can be used to manage the menses. Centre for Youth and Development is excited to share the progress of...

Looking forward to 2020. . .

Thank you for your support and standing with us in the previous years. 2020 signifies another important stage for us. We are stepping into a new decade that fills us with hope and possibility. As the Chinese proverb says: if you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you...

Greening the fields again: Tapukwa Irrigation Scheme Renovation

Winter is generally a dry season in Malawi and water becomes a precious commodity. In Tapukwa, a community in the Henga Valley in Rumphi District the fields around the valley bottom are green with winter Maize, Tomatoes, beans, vegetables and many other crops thanks to irrigation. The scheme was built...

HARNESSING THE POWER OF YOUTH

Today, on International Youth Day 2019, the Centre for Youth and Development joins the world in celebrating the role of young women and men as partners for positive change. August 12 marks the annual celebration of International Youth Day. It is an international day of awareness, recognizing youth across the...

Mzuzu Youth Celebrate International Youth Day.

The United Nations General Assembly in 1999 designated the 12th of August as the International Youth Day to acknowledge the role that young people play in promoting human rights and development across the world. To commemorate this day, annual celebrations have been held over the years in different countries under varying themes. This...