The Anti-hate campaign was conducted between March 2023 to August 2023. It was done by the SNP/WFD office in Malawi together with local Centre for Civil Society Strengthening (CCSS). The main objective of the assignment was to help tackle the negative stereotypes against politically active women, and highlight the absurd proposition that women do not rightfully belong in the political
In an effort to help communities recover from the numerous natural disasters the nation has experienced this year, Hon. Victoria Kingstone visited Kamwana on Monday, October 31, to oversee construction of a bridge that connects Kamwana and Mkumbi communities. She also mentioned that the bridge will benefit school-age children from Mbonechera and Chaona, who have been suffering for some time
The Speaker, Rt Hon. Catherine Gotani Hara, MP, on Saturday 7 October 2023 participated in a panel discussion on “Political Staying in Power” at a workshop organised by the Westminister Foundation for Democracy. The Panel discussion was chaired by Hon. Siviwe Gwarube, MP for the RSA Parliament
Phungu wa nyumba ya malamulo ku Zomba Thondwe, a Roseby Gadama, wapereka ndalama zokwanira K1 million kwacha kuti ithandize ntchito zampingo. A Gadama ndi mlendo olemekezeka pa mwambo wa mapemphero omwe akuchitika pansi pa utsogoleri wa m’mipingo wa Pastors Fraternal yaku Nasawa, Thondwe, Dzaone ndi Mayaka m’boma la Zomba. Iwo ati achita izi ngati njira imodzi yosangalalira kubadwa kwawo pa
To help strengthen leadership skills of women parliamentarians, WFD’s Multi-Party Office has aProgramme, that runs annually in different selected countries. This year Malawi was privilegedto host this annual meeting at the Umodzi park hotel, in Lilongwe from 6 to 8 October. TheWomen’s Leadership Programme (WLP)works under the Africa Liberal Network. Two selectedfemale MP’s from Malawi; Hon. Grace Kwelepeta of Zomba-Malosa
The PWC team visited the Thyolo Thava constituency on September 7 as part of the elect herand retain her campaign to show support for Honourable Mary Thom Navicha and to showappreciation for the developments she is launching in her district. Among the initiatives thatPWC visited was the newly bult ECD Centre and also the Agricultural Irrigation schemes foundin the constituency.
Some highlights from a women’s prayer meeting in Zomba-Malosa organized by Hon. Grace Kwelepeta. There is no more beautiful sight in all this world than to see a family praying together. Thomas S. Monson
When you connect people, magic happens. Sunday 4th of June was a memorable day for the residents of Zomba Thondwe Constituency, who gathered to connect and compete for the 4 million Malawi kwacha trophy sponsored by the area’s Member of Parliament, Hon. Roseby Gadama. Much of our success comes from getting to know people and helping them whenever we can.
We congratulate Hon. Grace Kwelepeta on her outstanding service to the people of Zomba-Malosa constituency.
Women continue to change the world through their leadership, from leading nations to advocating for human rights to heading the world’s most important organizations. Here’s to Ms. Lingalireni Mihowa, Country Director of Oxfam Malawi, and Hon. Grace Kwelepeta, Member of Parliament for Zomba-Malosa Constituency, working together for the good of the people of Zomba Malosa Constituency.