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Govt Fulfils Its Promise As Malawian Delegates Leave For Ijtma in Tanzania

Malawi Government has fulfilled its promise of sponsoring Muslims who are going to attend this year’s Ijtma in Mbeya Tanzania. On October 7, during the closing ceremony of the 2012 men Ijtma held at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre Vice President of the Republic of Malawi Khumbo Kachali said government would meet all travel expenses for people who would want to …

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Muslim Women Bemoan The Tendency of Other Men Who Shun HIV/AIDS Testing

Muslim women in Malawi have bemoaned the tendency of other men who refuse to go for HIV testing together with their spouses. The women said this at Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission (PMTCT) workshop for Muslim couples which was organized by Mai Aisha Sisters Youth and AIDS Program (MASYAP) in Blantyre. Most of the Muslim women who spoke to …

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Chichiri Muslim Inmates Taste the Sweetness of Kindness

A friend in need is a friend indeed, so goes the saying. The saying came live on Sunday when a group of concerned Muslims stormed Chichiri Prison where they donated various items to Muslim inmates. Some of the donated items include clothes and soap which were sourced from well wishers such as Eshani Products, Young Muslim Donors, Al-noor Madrassa as well …

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Muslim Youth Peer Educators Urged to Have Self Esteem

Muslim youth peer educators have been challenged to have self-esteem to accomplish their goals. Mai Aisha Sisters Youth Aids Programme (MASYAP) coordinator sister Marriam Khan Ali said this in Blantyre at training workshop for Muslim youth peer educators. In an exclusive interview with Malawi Muslims Official Website, Khan said many Muslims underrate themselves a thing that makes them not to …

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Online Shopping Solutions Now in Malawi

The popularity of online commerce is understandable, considering the time and hassle involved in running from store to store, searching for an item. It not only takes valuable time and energy, but using transportation usually costs money. Shopping online whenever the mood strikes — even in the middle of the night — has many advantages.

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PMTCT Vital for Every Woman Including Muslims

Jean Mamo Assistant Coordinator for Mai Aisha Sisters Youth AIDS Programme (MASYAP) has stressed the need for every woman to have knowledge on issues of Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) as the World has reached a stage where every woman is supposed to have knowledge of (PMTCT) when pregnant.

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