Members of Malawi’s Parliamentary Women’s Caucus engaged in community awareness campaigns on ending violence against women and girls in Mangochi district with Second Deputy Speaker Hon. Aisha Adams, and in Machinga district with Hon. Esther Jolobala.
Oxfam Regional Director Nellie Nyangwa and Country Director Lingalireni Mihowa accompanied by Second Deputy Speaker Hon Aisha Adams and Hon Bertha Ndembele of Balaka West facilitate dialogue on rising teen pregnancies and child marriages in Balaka district. Since March 2020, the Social Welfare Office has recorded 181 child marriages and 161 teen pregnancies. “Early pregnancy and child marriage are not
On Friday 15th May 2020, Malawi’s Parliamentary Women’s Caucus met with the Gender Justice Unit (GJU) to engage in a discussion on: The GJU-OSISA leadership project The challenges and opportunities that Caucus members see in their roles The COVID 19 pandemic GJU provided Caucus Members with additional information & IEC materials on COVID 19 for their dissemination in their individual
Oxfam, IPAS Malawi and the Parliamentary Women’s Caucus organised a series of constituency based Elect and Retain Her and #EVAWG campaigns in the district to drum-up support for women leadership and encourage communities to support girls’ education and end violence against women and girls. The constituency-based Ending Violence Against Women and Girls (EVAWG) campaigns are designed with the aim of