Social service

Arranged in order of latest update

inprogress
Ensure that all facilities for public use, including commercial facilities, are disabled friendlyRead More
inprogress
Develop a youth leadership programme through the Service SchemeRead More
inprogress
Invest in the development of skills aligned with employer needs through extensive curricula reviewRead More
inprogress
Introduce a National Youth Service (NYS) and Jobs4Youth Programme to all youth completing secondary school and tertiary education including all out of school youthRead More
inprogress
Increase the proportion of government’s funding commitment to social protectionRead More
inprogress
Ensure that every Malawian in every village has access to safe and portable water within the next three years.Read More
inprogress
Implement fully the provisions of the National Youth PolicyRead More
broken
Review university fee structures to meet both university obligations and affordabilityRead More
inprogress
Ensure that all levels of government treat youth as partners in development and meaningful change agents to ensure the prosperity of MalawiRead More
inprogress
Ensure all qualifying students to access and complete tertiary education programmesRead More
inprogress
Invest in development of a critical mass of care givers in the ECD facilitiesRead More
inprogress
Make abduction and killing of people with albinism a capital offense punishable by death without option for clemencyRead More
inprogress
Ensure all schools have modern classroom blocks and necessary facilitiesRead More
not commenced
Ensure every primary school going child sits on a desk by 2024Read More
not commenced
Promote science and technology by removing relevant taxes to reduce data cost, give every university student a personnel laptop, and provide internet broadband for all public spacesRead More
not commenced
Make water available to all Malawians, especially in the rural areas, through a strategic network of piped water schemes and boreholes.Read More
not commenced
Complete the Salima-Lilogwe water projectRead More
not commenced
Enforce and promote the 2013 Gender Equality ActRead More
not commenced
Change laws to criminalise harmful cultural practices and intensify public education programmes and engage traditional and religious leaders on suchRead More
inprogress
Revamp and modernize water and sanitation systems in all the major towns and cities across the countryRead More
inprogress
Provide decent housing to all personnel serving in the health, military, police, immigration and other emergency services.Read More
broken
Abolish the quota system for secondary and tertiary education selectionRead More
inprogress
Expand public university infrastructure: more hostels, program digitization and introduce an academic exchange programRead More
not commenced
Introduce ICT lessons from ECD, primary, secondary to tertiary educationRead More
not commenced
Establish three world-class specialized secondary schools for youth selected from a rigorous and multi-faceted assessmentRead More
not commenced
Introduce a cascaded secondary school program to study the Constitution and other civic mattersRead More
not commenced
Ensure all secondary schools have electricity within the first three years of government's inauguarationRead More
implemented
Reintroduce the Junior Certificate of EducationRead More
not commenced
Ensure every secondary school has a fully equipped and functioning ICT laboratoryRead More
not commenced
Encourage private sector and religious institutions to invest in ECD facilitiesRead More
inprogress
Ensure every child has access to decent Early Child Development (ECD) facilitiesRead More
inprogress
Fund and operationalize the National Action Plan on persons with albinism; empower community policing initiatives; and guarantee security for people with albinismRead More
inprogress
Adopt a policy of zero-tolerance to trafficking in persons and child labourRead More
not commenced
Build Special Needs Learning Centers (SNLCs) in every council to cater for kindergarten, primary and secondary schools with boarding facilitiesRead More
not commenced
Incentivize Government Print and private institutions to produce adequate braille education materials and facilities for examination.Read More
not commenced
Encourage importers of computers to make available voice and touch based computer programmesRead More
not commenced
Provide bursaries to all children with disabilities and/or albinism qualifying for tertiary education in universities, community or technical collegesRead More
not commenced
Fight stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS and ensure that they live a healthy life with meaningful participationRead More
not commenced
Introduce social cash transfers for all persons with albinismRead More
not commenced
Fast track reforms designed to improve the institutional and organizational framework for delivering social protection interventions that maximize strategic impactRead More
not commenced
Work with relevant development partners to fully institutionalize a social protection system that is shock sensitive and guarantees household resilienceRead More
inprogress
Create multiple opportunities for young people to eradicate youth povertyRead More
inprogress
Engage the youth and promote the activities of religious organisations, CSOs and business to develop their personal, technical, and social skillsRead More
inprogress
Invest in facilities necessary for young people’s creative, artisanal and sporting skills to grow, market their skills and work, and protect the royalties and copyrightsRead More
inprogress
Construct a state-of-the-art national netball complex capable of hosting international competitionsRead More
not commenced
Pass and enforce legislation effectively banning foreigners from owning or appropriating hawker or vending businessesRead More
inprogress
Provide low cost housing in all urban areas to enhance access to affordable housing especially among public sector employees.Read More
inprogress
Establish modern bus terminals in each district and in all four major cities and introduce city linesRead More

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