First Lady Launches Coronavirus Prevention & Awareness Campaign

BLANTYRE, March 26, 2020 | Malawi First Lady Prof. Gertrude Mutharika has called for people‚Äôs strict adherence to set precautionary measures if the country is to successfully keep out the Coronavirus. Mutharika who is also Patron for Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust made the remarks on Thursday at Sanjika Palace when she presided over the official launch of Coronavirus Prevention and Awareness Campaign in Malawi that will run for a month. The First Lady said Malawi just like other few…

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BEAM Takes Tree Planting To Bwaila Secondary School
BEAM officials pose with Bwails Secondary students and staff after a donation of waste bins was made

Beautify Malawi (BEAM) trust on Wednesday February 19th joined students and staff of Bwaila Secondary School in the planting of 1000 trees at the school’s campus. Speaking before the exercise, BEAM National coordinator, Mr Paul Nyasulu urged the students and staff of Bwaila Secondary School to take care of the trees so that they survive and grow. “Let’s take care of our environment. Let’s take care of our homes and surroundings. Let’s take care of our bodies and everything…

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BEAM and Mkwichi Join Hands in Tree Planting
Guest of honor at the function Mr Paul Nyasulu plants a tree as BEAM organizers and Mkwichi Secondary School authorities look on

Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust on Monday partnered staff and students of Mkwichi Secondary School in Lilongwe on a tree planting exercise, in response to the call by State President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika when he launched 2019/2020 tree planting season last December. Mkwichi Secondary School is one of the model schools when it comes to preservation and caring of trees as it has over the years been transformed through efforts in retaining tree survival rates. BEAM’s National Coordinator Mr…

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BEAM Scoops MRA Award on Environmental Protection
Mrs Linda Khonyongwa of BEAM receiving the award from MRA Commissioner General Mr Thom Malata on behalf of the organization, as MRA Board Chair Mr Harawa looks on

Beautify Malawi (BEAM) Trust has been recognized on its role in environmental protection by Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) on International Customs Day, January 26 2020. At a colorful ceremony that took place at Mount Soche Hotel in the commercial city of Blantyre, Mrs Linda Khonyongwa of BEAM received the honor on behalf of the organization.

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BEAM TRUST TAKES PART IN YOUTH CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN

The Beautify Malawi-BEAM Trust with its mandate to help keep surroundings and environments cleaner and greener, is taking part in the 2019 Youth Clean Up campaign which has been launched by the National Youth Council of Malawi-NYCOM. The exercise is an initiative by the NYCOM to encourage cleanliness among young people and promote youth participation in matters of cleanliness and environmental management. The month-long clean up campaign is running from Friday 15th March 2019 to 15th April 2019. The…

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