FIRST LADY COMMENDS WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL FOR WHEELCHAIR DISTRIBUTION

First Lady Prof. Gertrude Mutharika has commended World Vision International-WVI for scaling up efforts in distributing wheelchairs to children with disabilities, saying this is an important form of empowerment. The First Lady said the wheelchairs enable children to exercise many freedoms including that of movement and association, as they can easily mingle and interact with friends. She was speaking in Lilongwe, Wednesday, when she presided over the official opening of a workshop on Promising Approach and Practise Learning Event…

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BEAM SOUTHERN REGION CHAPTER CONCLUDES TREE PLANTING EXERCISE

As the National Tree Planting season progresses, the Beautify Malawi-BEAM Trust Southern Region chapter has concluded its tree planting exercise with a call for communities to monitor and take care of the planted seedlings. The First Lady’s Special Advisor on Health and Planning who led the exercise, Mrs Emma Mabvumbe said the planted trees should not be left to wilt but communities should care for them so that the annual exercise is not futile. The final tree planting exercise…

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BEAM REACHES OUT TO NEEDY TEACHER STUDENT

In a bid to ensure that every girl is able to access quality education, the Beautify Malawi-BEAM Trust has paid school fees for one of its former secondary school beneficiaries, who is now at Kasungu Teacher Training College-TTC in Kasungu. Nancy Phiri was in secondary school at Kaluluma CDSS in Kasungu and her fees was being paid for by BEAM Trust. However, despite getting 29 points in her MSCE exams, Nancy did not make it to public university and…

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BEAM BAILS OUT NEEDY STUDENTS, PAYS THEIR TUITION FEES

As part of efforts to uplift the education standards of girls in needy households the Beautify Malawi-BEAM Trust is paying school fees for needy girls in various community day secondary schools-CDSS across the country. The organization is paying fees to students in over 120 constituencies across the country. According to the organisation’s Patron, Professor Gertrude Mutharika, BEAM Trust seeks to ensure that as many girls as possible are able to access education in order to sustain themselves and their…

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ZA, NU BEAM COMMITTEES IN TREE PLANTING EXERCISE

As the national tree planting season continues, Zomba and Ntcheu Committees of the have also intensified efforts to plant trees in all bare lands in their respective districts. The tree planting season was launched by President Prof Arthur Peter Mutharika on December 15, 2018 in Lilongwe with a call to Malawians to take part in re-afforesting the nation. The Zomba and Ntcheu BEAM committees have collaborated with various stakeholders and partners to plant the trees in hills, school and…

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BEAM RE-AFFORESTS MULANJE

Responding to calls by President Prof Arthur Peter Mutharika that Malawians should take part in efforts to re-afforest the country by planting trees and flowers, the Beautify Malawi BEAM Trust has taken it upon itself to make sure that it plants trees and flowers to fulfill on of its mandate to conserve the environment. It is in this spirit that BEAM Trust Southern Region chapter is on a drive to plant trees in various part of the region such…

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