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  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Ministry of Health, 2009-04-01)
    The Malawi Government is committed to providing comprehensive and integrated Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRHR) services in line with the recommendations of the International Conference on Population and Development ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Malawi Government, 2017-01-01)
    The Government of Malawi is committed to improving health and livelihoods in Malawi through community health – the provision of basic health services in rural and urban communities with the participation of people who ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Malawi Government, 2005-12-01)
    The HIV/AIDS epidemic has affected all sectors of the economy in Malawi. The health sector has experienced increasing number of patients with HIV/AIDS related infections admitted in hospitals. Most of the patients are ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development (Malawi Government, 2015-01-01)
    Malawi faces a number of disasters, both natural and human-made which include floods, drought, stormy rains, strong winds, hailstorms, landslides, earthquakes, pest infestations, diseases outbreaks, fire and accidents. ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Malawi Government, 2011-10-11)
    The Government of Malawi through the Ministries of Health, and Agriculture Irrigation and Water Development is implementing a sanitation and hygiene promotion programme which is aimed at reducing water, sanitation and ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Ministry of Health, 2012-01-01)
    The Government of the Republic of Malawi (GoM) subscribes and reaffirms its commitment to the philosophy and ideals of the internationally agreed development goals that include the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). ...
  • Unknown author (Government of Malawi, 2013-07-01)
    Malawi has come a long way in responding to the HIV and AIDS pandemic and recognises that the National HIV and AIDS Response is mature and must continue to receive increased support and commitment from all ...
  • Malawi Government: National AIDS Commission (Malawi Government, 2003-10-01)
    HIV/AIDS is by far the greatest development threat facing our nation today. Since the first case of AIDS was diagnosed in Malawi, in 1985, more than half a million Malawians have died of AIDS, and daily many more are ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Malawi Government, 2005-01-01)
    Adequate nutrition is a pre-requisite for human capital development. Improving the nutritional status of the people of Malawi is therefore, one of my Government’s top priorities. In order to ensure adequate nutrition ...
  • National Commission for Science and Technology (National commission for science and technology, 2012-12-01)
    This 2012 revised edition of the “National Policy Requirement and Guidance for the Provision of Insurance Cover for Research Participants in Clinical Trials in Malawi” includes extensive revisions to certain sections of ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development (Malawi Government, 2012-12-01)
    Malawi has made remarkable progress in improving the socio-economic welfare of its people in the past years. However, the country continues to face challenges posed by population dynamics such as high fertility and ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Malawi Government, 2020-04-01)
    The overriding purpose of the National Radiology Policyis to provide a unified guiding framework for achieving quality and standardized radiological services in the country through addressing the identified key ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Irrigation and Water Development (Ministry of Irrigation and Water Development, 2006-05-01)
    The National Sanitation Policy has been under development since December 2005. It has been developed by the Sanitation Core Team (SCT), an inter-departmental group of middle ranking and senior staff from the Ministries ...
  • Unknown author (Government of Malawi, 2021-01-01)
    Despite significant progress in TB Control since Malawi adopted the WHO recommended TB DOTS strategy at the beginning of the 1990s, TB remains a major public health concern in the country. Over and above its direct impact ...
  • Malawi Government: Ministry of Health (Malawi Government, 2012-01-01)
    Tuberculosis continues to ravage our country health-wise and socio-economically. The highly productive age group is highly affected resulting to a reduction in their contribution to socio economic development of the ...
  • Chapweteka, Blessings (Kamuzu University of Health Sciences, 2010-07-15)
    Family planning services were introduced in Malawi in 1960, but concentration was placed on women. Though 50 years of use of family planning, it has been less effective in controlling our population. For example, the Malawi ...
  • Chapweteka, Blessings Alex (Kamuzu University of Health Sciences, 2010-12-02)
    This study explored needs and preferences of m les regarding their involvement in male family planning services. To achieve the purpose of the study the research emphasized on the following four objectives; knowledge ...
  • Khonje Telalini, Flora (2019-05-01)
    Educational outcomes are key to any programme success. Retention of nurse educators as a human resource trend and issue to consider when crafting employment policies and strategies for managing people at work. However, it ...
  • Nyirenda, Victoria (2018-12-01)
    Engagement of nurse educators in research is required to enable students to develop a clear understanding of how to take care of patients. The study aimed at assessing the extent of nurse educators' engagement in research ...
  • Chavula, Jeremia (Kamuzu University of Health Sciences, 2014-01-16)
    This qualitative descriptive study was done to explore nurse's perceptions towards performance appraisal at Bwaila District Hospital. A sample of ten participants was recruited using purposive sampling. Data was analyzed ...

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