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Des séropositifs stigmatisés dans certaines églises de réveil

Des infirmiers à l’occasion de leur journée internationale. Ph. Munor Kabondo   Par Euphrasie Muderwa Dans certaines églises de..

May 3, 2016 with 0 Comments

Certains kinois rejettent les victimes du VIH/Sida

Abandonnée par les siens, cette femme de troisième âge est prise en charge dans un hospice des vieillards à Kinshasa. ph. Clubs JDH..

December 4, 2015 with 0 Comments

“Mind the gap” – The crippling impact of HIV/AIDS on family composition and elderly Malawians

The old “respect your elders” adage has customarily been an important part of Malawian culture, with the elderly able to depend on the..

June 22, 2012 with 0 Comments

Defending sexual minority rights

“Pedophiles or other sexual deviants are not welcome in Ghana.” The sign loomed over me as I stood, waiting to get my passport stamped,..

June 18, 2012 with 0 Comments

"Meating" halfway – The growing importance of soy in Malawi

Skewered meat sizzles on kickstand grills along the main M1 highway, a whole pig is slaughtered in an open-air butcher’s market shack, a..

June 2, 2012 with 0 Comments

“Meating” halfway – The growing importance of soy in Malawi

Skewered meat sizzles on kickstand grills along the main M1 highway, a whole pig is slaughtered in an open-air butcher’s market shack, a..

June 2, 2012 with 0 Comments

Malawi’s fisherman more likely to catch HIV: Reports

Ronald Gomo, 37, is a fisherman who would rather live alone than associate with the other fishermen who reside on the shorelines of..

May 15, 2012 with 0 Comments

The plight of the condom

“Nyimbo imodzi sachezelela gule.” (One song won’t keep you dancing throughout the night.) As this Malawian proverb suggests, just one..

May 26, 2011 with 0 Comments

From culprits to catalysts: Girls' initiation in Malawi

In their respective villages, Cecelia Muliya and Esitere Chabwera are regarded as cultural leaders. The two have worked in girls’..

March 16, 2011 with 0 Comments

From culprits to catalysts: Girls’ initiation in Malawi

In their respective villages, Cecelia Muliya and Esitere Chabwera are regarded as cultural leaders. The two have worked in girls’..

March 16, 2011 with 0 Comments

A closer look at the ‘grassroots’

Once a week, about 80 men, women, and youth throng the streets of Nkolokoti, an area just outside Blantyre. By sweeping the roadsides,..

March 8, 2011 with 0 Comments

Malawi’s Runaway Trolley

Would you take one life in order to save ten others? It’s a classic ethical dilemma, often exemplified with the runaway..

October 9, 2010 with 0 Comments

Suicide Criminals

The self-immolation of the Manda family in an impoverished Blantyre slum has been grabbing headlines in Malawi for weeks. Many commentators..

September 20, 2010 with 0 Comments
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