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          BAD NEWS: MAFURIKO YAUA 28      Cache   Translate Page      

IDADI ya watu waliokufa kutokana na mvua kubwa zilizosababisha mafuriko Kusini mwa Malawi imefikia watu 28. Taarifa ya Wizara ya Mambo ya Ndani ya nchi hiyo iliyotolewa Jumamosi imesema kuwa wakati huohuo idadi ya walioathirika inakadiriwa kuongezeka mara dufu.

Msemaji wa Wizara hiyo anayehusika na udhibiti wa maafa, Chipiliro Khamula, amesema watu 124 wamejeruhiwa huku takribani wengine zaidi ya 200,000 wamelazimika kuhama makazi yao katika jumla ya wilaya 14.

Wakati huohuo Rais wa Malawi, Arthur Peter Mutharika ametangaza tukio hilo kuwa janga la kitaifa baada ya dhoruba kali kusababisha kuta za mito kubomoka na mafuriko kufunika vijiji hivyo.
Katika maeneo hayo umeme umekatika na huduma ya maji inakosekana.

Rais Mutharika ameelekeza misaada ya dharura kupelekwa katika maeneo hayo yaliyoathirika na kuratibiwa kwa haraka ikiwemo kulitaka Jeshi la Malawi kusaidia katika zoezi la uokoaji.  

Dhoruba kama hiyo pia imesababisha mafuriko katika baadhi ya mikoa nchini Msumbiji.

          Burning Issues About Plastic Pollution      Cache   Translate Page      
The tragic and harmfully toxic repercussions for Malawians using plastic to light fires
          La figlia di Luke Perry contro gli haters: "Un processo al mio lutto: non starò in camera a piangere solo perché lo dice internet"      Cache   Translate Page      

La morte di Luke Perry ha scioccato il mondo intero e provocato un'ondata di cordoglio che per giorni ha scosso il web, ma non solo. La tragica e prematura scomparsa dell'attore ha fatto in modo che i riflettori si accendessero sulla famiglia di quest'ultimo, in particolare sui figli: la 18enne Sophie e il 21enne Jack.

Purtroppo ai ragazzi non sono giunti soltanto messaggi di vicinanza, come dimostra la reazione della secondogenita dell'attore di "Beverly Hills 90210" che, nelle scorse ore, ha deciso di rispondere agli attacchi degli haters su Instagram. Come riporta People, la ragazza avrebbe detto:

Mi hanno criticata per il mio linguaggio, il mio guardaroba. È stato processo al lutto. Da quando mio padre è morto ho ricevuto tanta attenzione online, la maggior parte positiva, ma le persone non possono essere tutte belle [...] Sono qui per dire che non ho chiesto io tutta questa attenzione, non ho chiesto di essere messa sotto questo riflettore virtuale [...] Ho 18 anni e ho il diritto di imprecare come un marinaio o di vestirmi come una prostituta [...] Ho intenzione sorridere e ridere, di vivere la mia vita normalmente. Sono ferita e triste, ma non ho intenzione di passare il resto dei miei giorni chiusa in camera a piangere solo perché così vorrebbe internet...

Al di là delle polemiche, negli scorsi giorni, Sophie Perry aveva voluto ringraziare le persone, i follower e gli ammiratori del padre che avevano dimostrato solidarietà a lei e alla sua famiglia. "Sono successe molte cose in questa settimana. Sta accadendo tutto velocemente. Sono tornata a Malawi appena in tempo per esser vicino alla mia famiglia e nelle ultime 24 ore ho ricevuto un enorme sostegno", aveva dichiarato la ragazza tramite i social network.

          (no longer) Crawling near death’s door      Cache   Translate Page      
From Crawling near death’s door: By Malawi Project | March 12, 2019 With Wilson Tembo’s return to the capital to head up Action for Progress, it was quite evident how much Malawi’s capital city of Lilongwe had changed in the eight years he had been in the southern region. While Wilson is originally from a […]
          Meteorological Department Cautions Another Possible Heavy Rains      Cache   Translate Page      
The meteorological department has warned of another possible occurrence of floods due to heavy rains from Thursday to Sunday in the southern parts of Malawi especially in Nsanje district. Director of Climate Change and Meteorological Services, Jolamu Nkhokwe said that this is due to an intense circular storm from Mozambique which will pass through Nsanje […]
          Opposition parties unhappy with mid-year budget      Cache   Translate Page      
Opposition legislators say they are unhappy with the mid-year budget statement presented by Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Goodall Gondwe on Friday last week. During presentation of the budget statement in the august House, Gondwe singled out constant changes in policies as one of the emerging challenges affecting the country`s economy. Malawi Congress […]
          Mutharika accuses Chakwera of being a liar, opportunist : urge Malawians to stop politicizing albino killings      Cache   Translate Page      
President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has accused Malawi Congress Party (MCP) President Lazarus Chakwera of being a “liar” and an “opportunist” for using attacks on albinos to score political gains ahead of the forthcoming May 21 polls. Mutharika said this at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe six of eight people were sworn-in as commissioners of a […]
          Govt Supports families affected by floods and heavy rains      Cache   Translate Page      
Government has reiterated its commitment to supporting families affected by floods and heavy rains that fell continuously in central and southern Malawi. The assurance was made by the minister of Culture and Civic Education, Everton Chimulirenji when he visited families affected by the catastrophe in Zomba district. According to the Department of Disaster Management Affairs, […]
          APAM President Overstone Kondowe hits back at Mutharika: ‘Telling a commission what to do and what to look for is outrageous’      Cache   Translate Page      
Association of Persons with Albinims in Malawi (APAM) President Overstone Kondowe has criticized President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika for dictating to a Commission of Inquiry what to do during its investigations on Attacks, Abductions and Killings of Persons with Albinism. President Mutharika on Monday afternoon sworn-in six of eight people as commissioners of a Commission […]
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Kabaka Multimedia & Entertainment presents Kracktwist and Samza once again with yet another smashing single tagged How U See Am? that is worth putting on repeat. Produced by Sonyenzo from Malawi, mixed and mastered by Dj Alman is a song worth adding to your playlist. Download and share. Share on: WhatsApp

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          Sacerdote recentemente ordenado falece em acidente de trânsito      Cache   Translate Page      
REDAÇÃO CENTRAL, 11 de Mar, 2019 / 03:00 pm (ACI).- Padre Félix Mangwiyo, sacerdote recentemente ordenado da Arquidiocese de Blantire, no país africano de Malawi, faleceu na sexta-feira, 9 de março, em um acidente de trânsito entre o micro-ônibus que o transportava e um caminhão.

          ONEforONE ALLforONE?      Cache   Translate Page      
While browsing online I came across this Dutch social enterprise called ONEforONE.

What is it?
ONEforONE is a sustainable company from the Netherlands. They sell water bottles, health insurances and green energy on a ONEforONE basis, by that they mean when you buy one you'll be also giving one. for example when buying a health insurance your not only buying a insurance for yourself but your also buying one to an orphan in need in Tanzania.
ONEforONE tries to combine our social impact with economic and environmental sustainability.
by using materials that can be recycled or reused for their water bottles, by selling these bottles the make a small profit which they use to help building water pomps in Malawi but also helps to cover the salaries and rent.

Why is it cool and why does this have future potential?
ONEforONE is a company that not only thinks on how to make profit now, but also helps to create a better world for our future children. people planet profit. that's of course of of the main reasons we can consider this a cool company. Many other companies think most of the time just how they can make profit and benefit their own wallets, for ONEforONE this is not the case, they are not only helping people to have drink water, but their also helping someone to get better medical help and also ways to create green energy so that we don't need to polute our planet by doing this different ways.
One of the reasons why this company has future potential is because their not only thinking for now, but also how they can save the planet for our future people. For the last couple of years we see more and more companies that are thinking about sustainability in allot of different ways and thats one of the reasons these companies have more chance to succeed.


          Při popravě měli být znevýhodněni handicapovaní a zástupci menšin. Kalifornie chce odložit smrt 737 lidí      Cache   Translate Page      
Kalifornský guvernér Gavin Newsom hodlá ve středu uvalit moratorium na trest smrti a odložit popravu všech 737 lidí ke smrti odsouzených. S odvoláním na zdroje tamní administrativy o tom informovala agentura Reuters.
          Při popravě měli být znevýhodněni handicapovaní a zástupci menšin. Kalifornie chce odložit smrt 737 lidí      Cache   Translate Page      
Kalifornský guvernér Gavin Newsom hodlá ve středu uvalit moratorium na trest smrti a odložit popravu všech 737 lidí ke smrti odsouzených. S odvoláním na zdroje tamní administrativy o tom informovala agentura Reuters.
          PPF condemns assault and detention of journalist in Malawi      Cache   Translate Page      
PPF condemns assault and detention of journalist in MalawiPakistan Press Foundation (PPF), in a letter to Peter Mutharika, President of Malawi has expressed concern over the assault and detention of journalist, John Paul Kayuni. PPF Secretary General Owais Aslam Ali, has denounced the vicious attack and detention of journalist in the line of duty and urged the authorities to drop all charges against […]
          In verkiezingstijd worden albino’s in Malawi vermoord voor geluksdrank      Cache   Translate Page      
Honderden mensen met albinisme demonstreren in Malawi tegen het vermoorden van albino’s om daar toverdrankjes voor geluk van te maken. Ze eisen bescherming.
          Compliance Officer Jobs at Tearfund Tanzania March 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Compliance Officer Jobs at Tearfund Tanzania March 2019

Who we are: 
We are a Christian organisation partnering with the local church wherever possible to see change in the lives of those in greatest economic need. We believe poverty is caused by broken relationships with God, others, the environment and ourselves. Restoring those relationships is key to how we work, and we want to see change that is economic, material, environmental and spiritual. We are courageous, truthful, compassionate, servant-hearted and Christcentred; values that are at the heart of Tearfund.

Our vision: To see people freed from poverty, living transformed lives and reaching their God-given potential nafasi za ajira mpya tanzania 2019
Our mission: We follow Jesus where the need is greatest, responding to crisis and partnering with local churches to bring restoration to those living in poverty.
Our values: We aspire to be courageous, truthful, compassionate, servanthearted and Christ-centred

Region:Southern & East Africa
Job Category:International Relief & Development (Outside UK)
Contract Type:Fixed Term
Closing Date:26 March 2019
Potential Interview Date:8 April 2019

An exciting opening has arisen in our new Southern and East Africa cluster for an enthusiastic and  committed professional with substantial experience in the areas of support for grant management, compliance or organizational management.

The Compliance Officer will be responsible for:
Providing compliance support for the cluster
Managing systems to track reports and budgets to ensure compliance with Tearfund and external donors requirements
Training and supporting country office staff on compliance
Are you a team player? Do your skills and experience match the above?
Then we'd love to hear from you!

All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs. 
The successful candidate will need to have the right to live and work within one of the following countries in Tearfund's Southern and East Africa Cluster team: Kenya, Mozambique,
Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe - in particular applicants from Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe are encouraged to apply.
This is a 2 year fixed term contract. nafasi za kazi 2019



          Při popravě měli být znevýhodněni handicapovaní a zástupci menšin. Kalifornie chce odložit smrt 737 lidí      Cache   Translate Page      
Kalifornský guvernér Gavin Newsom hodlá ve středu uvalit moratorium na trest smrti a odložit popravu všech 737 lidí ke smrti odsouzených. S odvoláním na zdroje tamní administrativy o tom informovala agentura Reuters.
          Malawi: Mutharika Visits Flood Victims and Distributes Relief Goods      Cache   Translate Page      
[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika on Tuesday started visiting areas affected by floods that have rendered about 114 000 people in about 10 districts in the country destitute and has assured people wthat government would do everything it could to ensure that they have all the necessary humanitarian support required.
          Malawi: VP Chilima's Convoy Stuck in Muddy Road      Cache   Translate Page      
[Nyasa Times] Vice President and UTM leader Saulos Chilima's convoy got stuck in the mud on the Khosolo and Luwerezi road in Mzimba forcing him and his team to spend at least two hours on the spot on Tuesday.
          Malawi: Elections Body Fails to Conduct Ballot Paper Vetting in Disaster Zone      Cache   Translate Page      
[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has admitted that being an elections period, floods occurring in some parts of the the country have greatly affected its operations.
          Malawi: Malawian Flooding Death Toll Now 45      Cache   Translate Page      
[Nyasa Times] The Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) has confirmed to have recorded 45 deaths and 577 injuries as of Monday 11th March 2019 as a result of floods in some parts other country.
          Malawi floods affect hundreds of thousands of people      Cache   Translate Page      
Devastating floods hit southern Malawi. The situation in Mozambique is also dire as the country braces itself for cyclone Idai. And repercussions of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Sunday continue to be felt around the world. Plus protests continue in Algeria following the news that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will not be standing for a fifth term.
          Nejméně 122 lidí zemřelo při záplavách v Mosambiku a Malawi      Cache   Translate Page      
Maputo (Mosambik)/Lilongwe (Malawi) - Nejméně 122 obětí si vyžádaly prudké deště a následné záplavy, které sužují africké státy Mosambik a Malawi. Informovaly o tom dnes agentury AFP...
          Naše cesta do Malawi      Cache   Translate Page      
16. listopadu se náš tým vrátil z misijní cesty do Malawi. Výsledkem je nákup 17 ti koz a rozdali jsme více jak 50 brýlí těm, kdo to potřebovali.  Listopadová cesta byla již druhá v tomto roce do této krásné leč chudé africké země. Našim úkolem bylo jednak kázání a vyučování v místních sborech, ale naše […]
          Podpořte s námi děti v Malawi      Cache   Translate Page      
V listopadu opět vyjíždíme do Malawi. Proto již nyní provádíme sbírku použitých brýlí a prošlých lékárniček. Jak brýle, tak i lékárničky jsou něco, co může lidem v odlehlých částech země pomoci. Jsou to také věci, které máme někteří doma někde odložené a nepoužívané. Je to příležitost uvolnit místo pro nové a přitom pomoci druhým. Při […]
          Malawi 2017      Cache   Translate Page      
V pátek 30.6.2017 jsme se vrátili s Janem Gavlíkem z Malawi, kde jsme pomáhali budovat základy pro ubytovnu dětského domova. Náš první letošní výjezd (na listopad je naplánovaný ještě jeden do Jižního Súdánu) směřoval do Malawi, města Chikwawa. Asi 30km od tohoto města se nachází John village – malá osada, kde se skupina křesťanů stará […]
          Malawi flooding death toll rises to 56, braced for Cyclone Idai      Cache   Translate Page      
The number of people killed in floods in southern Malawi has risen to 56, an official said on Wednesday, with the country now also on alert for an approaching tropical cyclone.

          Najmenej 122 ľudí zomrelo pri záplavách v Mozambiku a Malawi      Cache   Translate Page      
O strechu nad hlavou prišlo vyše 220 000 ľudí, uviedli miestne úrady a OSN.
          Sustainable innovators to watch: meet the winners of the 2019 CO Leadership Awards      Cache   Translate Page      

Common Objective, the London-based network connecting fashion professionals to a global database of sustainable brands and suppliers, has unveiled the winners of its 2019 Leadership Awards, which aims to recognize fashion businesses that lead and disrupt the sustainable fashion space. The 10 winners were chosen by a panel of industry experts including Caroline Rush (Chief Executive Officer, British Fashion Council), Dylan Jones (editor of GQ UK and head of London Men’s Fashion Week), Giorgio Belloli (Chief Commercial and Sustainability Officer, Farfetch), Orsola de Castro (Co-Founder of Fashion Revolution), Clare Press (Sustainability editor, Vogue Australia), and others.

“It’s so exciting to see newcomers, as well as established brands, moving towards innovation and sustainability”, said Orsola de Castro in an email to FashionUnited, commenting on this year’s winners. “The future requires that we rethink our fashion systems, and to see commitment and creativity in design and production is both thrilling and encouraging”. Fashion designer Roland Mouret, also a member of the panel, added: “I believe that all these brands are winners in the fact that they are making sustainability the core of their ethos”.

2019 CO Leadership Award Winners

Osklen, a Brazilian luxury brand founded in 1989 by orthopedic surgeon turned fashion designer Oskar Metsavaht. Today, the Alpargatas Group (Havaianas) owns a 60 percent stake in the company. Metsavaht is known for using recycled and upcycled materials in his collections, as well as natural fibers from the Amazon forest, but his championing of sustainability doesn’t stop there: excerpts from the Kyoto Protocol and Agenda 21, the UN action plan for sustainable development, were used in prints for his 2002 E-Brigade collection, for example. Osklen also runs its own institute to research and develop sustainable innovations with a view to turn Brazil into a sustainable development innovation hub.


T-shirts from Osklen’s current collection

Raeburn, the eponymous label of British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn, who now also serves as Global Creative Director of Timberland. Raeburn is best known for reworking surplus fabrics and garments, such as military equipment, guided by the principles of Remake, Reduce and Recycle. His studio in East London also organizes events, discussions and workshops about sustainability.


A recent post on Raeburn’s Facebook page

Outland Denim, the Australian denim company founded by James Bartle in 2011. Offering denim made from 100 percent organic cotton, the brand provides employment and training opportunities to survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Outland Denim was made world-famous by the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, who wore the brand during her recent Australian tour.


Outland Denim calls itself 'the social denim'

Stella McCartney, arguably the most prominent brand championing sustainable fashion. Last year, McCartney initiated the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, a UN charter uniting fashion industry leaders to “create the change that is urgently needed”. In February, she launched a collaborative collection with Adidas in which 70 percent of the materials used are recycled.


A vegan bag by Stella McCartney

Bottletop, the luxury accessories brand under Bottletop Foundation, an organization tackling sensitive issues such as the prevention of HIV/AIDS, unplanned teenage pregnancy, substance abuse and gender inequality. The label was founded through a design collaboration with Mulberry, using recycled bottle tops and supporting artisan makers in Brazil.


Bottle top bag by Bottletop

Indigenous, an American brand offering organic products. It aims to go “beyond fair trade” by providing microfinance to the Peruvian artisans they work with, so they can build entrepreneurial skills and sustainable livelihoods.


Organic sweater by Indigenous

Mayamiko, a UK-based brand aiming to bring “Made in Africa” to the masses. It sells clothing, accessories and home goods ethically made in Malawi using traditional African printed cotton, or Chitenje. The company also provides skills-training to local garment workers.


Pants from traditional African fabric by Mayamiko

Ethical Apparel Africa (EAA), a network of production facilities throughout Africa ensuring products are manufactured in an environment which improves the workers’ lives, going beyond compliance. It aims to enable international companies to access African production with high quality and timely delivery while building capacity in developing communities.


The Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills, the world’s first vertically integrated Fairtrade organic cotton supplier, from yarn to finished product, located in Kolkata, India. Rajlakshmi has been at the forefront of organic cotton production and manufacturing since 1934. Today, the company has an annual turnover of over 10 million US dollars.

Sonica Sarna Design, an ethical design and production company from New Delhi, India. It engages over 40 artisan communities, certified organic fabrics and inhouse compliant production to create hi-fashion products for the global marketplace. Clients include Mara Hoffman, VF Corp and Whistles.

Images: Facebook pages of the brands

           Jihovýchod Afriky zasáhl prudký déšť. Mosambik a Malawi hlásí po záplavách 122 mrtvých       Cache   Translate Page      
Nejméně 122 lidí zemřelo v důsledku prudkých dešťů a následných záplav, které sužují státy Mosambik a Malawi ležící na jihovýchodě Afriky. O střechu nad hlavou přišlo přes 220 tisíc lidí, uvedly místní úřady a OSN. Koncem týdne má oblast navíc zasáhnout bouře Idai.
          Över 115 döda i översvämningar i södra Afrika      Cache   Translate Page      
Ett stort antal människor har omkommit i samband med ett svårt regnoväder som dragit in över den södra delen av Afrika. Minst 66 personer har omkommit i Moçambique, ytterligare 45 i Malawi, samt fyra i Sydafrika.
          Zahl der Toten nach Überschwemmungen in Malawi steigt auf 56      Cache   Translate Page      
          Malawi flooding death toll rises to 56, braced for Cyclone Idai      Cache   Translate Page      
The number of people killed in floods in southern Malawi has risen to 56, an official said on Wednesday, with the country now also on alert for an approaching tropical cyclone.

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Government Officials, Doctors Among Ethiopian Crash Victims
The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa shattered families and communities

In this image taken from video, rescuers search through wreckage at the scene of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed shortly after takeoff at Hejere near Bishoftu, or Debre Zeit, some 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Addis Ababa, in Ethiopia Sunday, March 10, 2019. The Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia's capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 on board, authorities said, as grieving families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi. (AP Photo/Yidnek Kirubel)

Associated Press

Three Austrian physicians. The co-founder of an international aid organization. A career ambassador. The wife and children of a Slovak legislator. A Nigerian-born Canadian college professor, author and satirist. They were all among the 157 people from 35 countries who died Sunday morning when an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 jetliner crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa en route to Nairobi, Kenya. Here are some of their stories.


Kenya: 32 victims

— Hussein Swaleh, the former secretary general of the Football Kenya Federation, was named as being among the dead by Sofapaka Football Club.

He was due to return home on the flight after working as the match commissioner in an African Champions League game in Egypt on Friday.

— Cedric Asiavugwa, a law student at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., was on his way to Nairobi after the death of his fiancee's mother, the university said in a statement.

Asiavugwa, who was in his third year at the law school, was born and raised in Mombasa, Kenya. Before he came to Georgetown, he worked with groups helping refugees in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, the university said.

At Georgetown, Asiavugwa studied international business and economic law.

The university said Asiavugwa's family and friends "remembered him as a kind, compassionate and gentle soul, known for his beautifully warm and infectious smile."


Canada: 18 victims

—Pius Adesanmi, a Nigerian professor with Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, was on his way to a meeting of the African Union's Economic, Social and Cultural Council in Nairobi, John O. Oba, Nigeria's representative to the panel, told The Associated Press.

The author of "Naija No Dey Carry Last," a collection of satirical essays, Adesanmi had degrees from Ilorin and Ibadan universities in Nigeria, and the University of British Columbia. He was director of Carleton's Institute of African Studies, according to the university's website. He was also a former assistant professor of comparative literature at Pennsylvania State University.

"Pius was a towering figure in African and post-colonial scholarship and his sudden loss is a tragedy," said Benoit-Antoine Bacon, Carleton's president and vice chancellor.

Adesanmi was the winner of the inaugural Penguin Prize for African non-fiction writing in 2010.

Mitchell Dick, a Carleton student who is finishing up a communications honors degree, said he took a first- and second-year African literature course with Adesanmi.

Adesanmi was "extremely nice and approachable," and stood out for his passion for the subject matter, Dick said.

—Mohamed Hassan Ali confirmed that he had lost his sister and niece.

Ali said his sister, Amina Ibrahim Odowaa, and her five-year-old daughter, Safiya, were on board the jet that went down six minutes after it took off from the Addis Ababa airport on the way to Nairobi, Kenya.

"(She was) a very nice person, very outgoing, very friendly. Had a lot of friends," he said of his sister, who lived in Edmonton and was travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

Amina Ibrahim Odowaa and her daughter Sofia Faisal Abdulkadir

The 33-year-old Edmonton woman and her five year-old daughter were travelling to Kenya to visit with relatives.

A family friend said Odowaa has lived in Edmonton since 2006.

— Derick Lwugi, an accountant with the City of Calgary, was also among the victims, his wife, Gladys Kivia, said. He leaves behind three children, aged 17, 19 and 20, Kivia said.

The couple had been in Calgary for 12 years, and Lwugi had been headed to Kenya to visit both of their parents.


Ethiopia: 9 victims

— The aid group Save the Children said an Ethiopian colleague died in the crash.

Tamirat Mulu Demessie had been a child protection in emergencies technical adviser and "worked tirelessly to ensure that vulnerable children are safe during humanitarian crises," the group said in a statement.


China: 8 victims


Italy: 8 victims

—Paolo Dieci, one of the founders of the International Committee for the Development of Peoples, was among the dead, the group said on its website.

"The world of international cooperation has lost one of its most brilliant advocates and Italian civil society has lost a precious point of reference," wrote the group, which partners with UNICEF in northern Africa.

UNICEF Italia sent a tweet of condolences over Dieci's death, noting that CISP, the group's Italian acronym, was a partner in Kenya, Libya and Algeria.

—Sebastiano Tusa, the Sicilian regional assessor to the Italian Culture Ministry, was en route to Nairobi when the plane crashed, according to Sicilian regional President Nello Musemeci. In a statement reported by the ANSA news agency, Musemeci said he received confirmation from the foreign ministry, which confirmed the news to The Associated Press.

In a tweet, Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte said it was a day of pain for everyone. He said: "We are united with the relatives of the victims and offer them our heartfelt thoughts."

Tusa was also a noted underwater archaeologist.

—The World Food Program confirmed that two of the Italian victims worked for the Rome-based U.N. agency.

A WFP spokeswoman identified the victims as Virginia Chimenti and Maria Pilar Buzzetti.

—Three other Italians worked for the Bergamo-based humanitarian agency, Africa Tremila: Carlo Spini, his wife, Gabriella Viggiani and the treasurer, Matteo Ravasio.


United States: 8 victims


France: 7 victims

—A group representing members of the African diaspora in Europe is mourning the loss of its co-chairperson and "foremost brother," Karim Saafi.

A French Tunisian, Saafi, 38, was on an official mission representing the African Diaspora Youth Forum in Europe, the group announced on its Facebook page.

"Karim's smile, his charming and generous personality, eternal positivity, and his noble contribution to Youth employment, diaspora engagement and Africa's socio-economic development will never be forgotten," the post read. "Brother Karim, we'll keep you in our prayers."

Saafi left behind a fiancée.


UK: 7 victims

— Joanna Toole, a 36-year-old from Exmouth, Devon, was heading to Nairobi to attend the United Nations Environment Assembly when she was killed.

Father Adrian described her as a "very soft and loving" woman whose "work was not a job — it was her vocation".

"Everybody was very proud of her and the work she did. We're still in a state of shock. Joanna was genuinely one of those people who you never heard a bad word about," he told the DevonLive website.

He also said she used to keep homing pigeons and pet rats and travelled to the remote Faroe Islands to prevent whaling.

Manuel Barange, the director of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations fisheries and aquaculture department, tweeted saying he was "profoundly sad and lost for words" over the death of the "wonderful human being".

— Joseph Waithaka, a 55-year-old who lived in Hull for a decade before moving back to his native Kenya, also died in the crash, his son told the Hull Daily Mail.

Ben Kuria, who lives in London, said his father had worked for the Probation Service, adding: "He helped so many people in Hull who had found themselves on the wrong side of the law."

Waithaka had dual Kenyan and British citizenship, the BBC reported.


Egypt: 6 victims


Germany: 5 victims


India: 4 victims


Slovakia: 4 victims

—A lawmaker of Slovak Parliament said his wife, daughter and son were killed in the crash. Anton Hrnko, a legislator for the ultra-nationalist Slovak National Party, said he was "in deep grief" over the deaths of his wife, Blanka, son, Martin, and daughter, Michala. Their ages were not immediately available.

Martin Hrnko was working for the Bubo travel agency. The agency said he was traveling for his vacation in Kenya.

President Andrej Kiska offered his condolences to Hrnko.


Austria: 3 victims

—Austrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Peter Guschelbauer confirmed that three Austrian doctors in their early 30s were on board the flight. The men were on their way to Zanzibar, he said, but he could not confirm the purpose of their trip.


Russia: 3 victims

—The Russian Embassy in Ethiopia said that airline authorities had identified its deceased nationals as Yekaterina Polyakova, Alexander Polyakov and Sergei Vyalikov.

News reports identify the first two as husband and wife. State news agency RIA-Novosibirsk cites a consular official in Nairobi as saying all three were tourists.


Sweden: 3 victims

— Hospitality company Tamarind Group announced "with immense shock and grief" that its chief executive Jonathan Seex was among the fatalities.


Israel: 2 victims


Morocco: 2 victims


Poland: 2 victims


Spain: 2 victims


Belgium: 1 victim


Djibouti: 1 victim


Indonesia: 1 victim


Ireland: 1 victim

— Irishman Michael Ryan was among the seven dead from the United Nations' World Food Programme, a humanitarian organization distributing billions of rations every year to those in need.

The Rome-based aid worker and engineer known as Mick was formerly from Lahinch in County Clare in Ireland's west and was believed to be married with two children.

His projects have included creating safe ground for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and assessing the damage to rural roads in Nepal that were blocked by landslides.

Irish premier Leo Varadkar said: "Michael was doing life-changing work in Africa with the World Food Programme."


Mozambique: 1 victim


Nepal: 1 victim


Nigeria: 1 victim

—The Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it received the news of retired Ambassador Abiodun Oluremi Bashu's death "with great shock and prayed that the Almighty God grant his family and the nation, the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss."

Bashu was born in Ibadan in 1951 and joined the Nigerian Foreign Service in 1976. He had served in different capacities both at Headquarters and Foreign Missions such as Vienna, Austria, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire and Tehran, Iran. He also served as secretary to the Conference of Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

At the time of his death, Bashu was on contract with the United Nations Economic Commission of Africa.


Norway: 1 victim

—The Red Cross of Norway confirmed that Karoline Aadland, a finance officer, was among those on the flight.

Aadland, 28, was originally from Bergen, Norway. The Red Cross said she was traveling to Nairobi for a meeting.

Aadland's Linkedin page says she had done humanitarian and environmental work. The page says her work and studies had taken her to France, Kenya, South Africa and Malawi.

"People who know me describe me as a resourceful, dedicated and kindhearted person," she wrote on Linkedin.

The Red Cross says in a news release that it "offers support to the closest family, and to employees who want it," the organization said in a news release.


Rwanda: 1 victim


Saudi Arabia: 1 victim


Serbia: 1 victim

Serbia's foreign ministry confirmed that one of its nationals was aboard the plane. The ministry gave no further details, but local media identified the man as 54-year-old Djordje Vdovic.

The Vecernje Novosti daily reported that he worked at the World Food Program.


Somalia: 1 victim


Sudan: 1 victim


Togo: 1 victim


Uganda: 1 victim


Yemen: 1 victim


U.N. passport: 1 victim


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Malawi: UN Urges Peaceful, Credible Elections in May
 07 MAR, 2019 - 20:03

BLANTYRE. – The United Nations  (UN) has called for peaceful and credible elections in Malawi as the country is preparing for the May 21 Tripartite Elections that will decide the democratic future of the country.

The call was made by UN Emergency Relief coordinator and Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock when he met President Peter Mutharika at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe at the weekend.

“This is an election year for Malawi. I believe Malawi will remain a model in conducting free, fair and peaceful elections in this African region. Elections are always contested but that should be done in a peaceful manner,” said Lowcok.

“Malawi is among the first countries in Africa to manage peaceful transition of power from one ruling government to another after elections, so it is our expectation that this will continue.”

Lowcock asked authorities to ensure a level playing field and to create an environment conducive to the holding of  free, fair and credible elections.

He said UN is supporting the election process through the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC).

Malawi watershed elections  will see about 6.8 million registered voters electing the country’s President, 193 legislators and 462 ward councillors.

In his remarks, President Mutharika hailed the UN for its continued support to Malawi’s humanitarian sector.

– Nyasa Times

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This map illustrates the satellite-detected surface waters along the Shire River, in the northern area of Nsanje District, in the Southern Regiont, Malawi, as observed from the Sentinel-2 imagery acquired on 12 March 2019. Within the analysis extent, it shows the water extent in Nsanje District, a total 42,870 ha of surface waters were observed the 12 March 2019. This is a preliminary analysis and has not yet been validated in the field. Please send ground feedback to UNITAR - UNOSAT.
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Sempre esforçando-se para adquirir conhecimentos cada vez mais diversificados, um jovem de Malawi se cansa de assistir todos os colegas de seu vilarejo passando por dificuldades e começa a desenvolver uma inovadora turbina de vento. 7.6 de 10 1h 53min Trailer … Continue lendo
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Age distribution, trends, and forecasts of under-5 mortality in 31 sub-Saharan African countries: A modeling study.

PLoS Med. 2019 Mar;16(3):e1002757

Authors: Mejía-Guevara I, Zuo W, Bendavid E, Li N, Tuljapurkar S

BACKGROUND: Despite the sharp decline in global under-5 deaths since 1990, uneven progress has been achieved across and within countries. In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for child mortality were met only by a few countries. Valid concerns exist as to whether the region would meet new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for under-5 mortality. We therefore examine further sources of variation by assessing age patterns, trends, and forecasts of mortality rates.
METHODS AND FINDINGS: Data came from 106 nationally representative Demographic and Health Surveys (DHSs) with full birth histories from 31 SSA countries from 1990 to 2017 (a total of 524 country-years of data). We assessed the distribution of age at death through the following new demographic analyses. First, we used a direct method and full birth histories to estimate under-5 mortality rates (U5MRs) on a monthly basis. Second, we smoothed raw estimates of death rates by age and time by using a two-dimensional P-Spline approach. Third, a variant of the Lee-Carter (LC) model, designed for populations with limited data, was used to fit and forecast age profiles of mortality. We used mortality estimates from the United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (UN IGME) to adjust, validate, and minimize the risk of bias in survival, truncation, and recall in mortality estimation. Our mortality model revealed substantive declines of death rates at every age in most countries but with notable differences in the age patterns over time. U5MRs declined from 3.3% (annual rate of reduction [ARR] 0.1%) in Lesotho to 76.4% (ARR 5.2%) in Malawi, and the pace of decline was faster on average (ARR 3.2%) than that observed for infant (IMRs) (ARR 2.7%) and neonatal (NMRs) (ARR 2.0%) mortality rates. We predict that 5 countries (Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda) are on track to achieve the under-5 sustainable development target by 2030 (25 deaths per 1,000 live births), but only Rwanda and Tanzania would meet both the neonatal (12 deaths per 1,000 live births) and under-5 targets simultaneously. Our predicted NMRs and U5MRs were in line with those estimated by the UN IGME by 2030 and 2050 (they overlapped in 27/31 countries for NMRs and 22 for U5MRs) and by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) by 2030 (26/31 and 23/31, respectively). This study has a number of limitations, including poor data quality issues that reflected bias in the report of births and deaths, preventing reliable estimates and predictions from a few countries.
CONCLUSIONS: To our knowledge, this study is the first to combine full birth histories and mortality estimates from external reliable sources to model age patterns of under-5 mortality across time in SSA. We demonstrate that countries with a rapid pace of mortality reduction (ARR ≥ 3.2%) across ages would be more likely to achieve the SDG mortality targets. However, the lower pace of neonatal mortality reduction would prevent most countries from achieving those targets: 2 countries would reach them by 2030, 13 between 2030 and 2050, and 13 after 2050.

PMID: 30861006 [PubMed - in process]

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SEED is looking for the most promising, innovative and locally led start-up eco-inclusive enterprises making significant contributions to mitigating and/or adapting to climate change.  Application Deadline: 2nd April 2019, 23:59 Central European Time (CET). Eligible Countries: The 2019 SEED Low Carbon Awards are available for enterprises in Ghana, India, Indonesia, Malawi, South Africa, Thailand, Uganda, Zambia, and […]

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S příchodem měsíce března se státy ležící kolem Mosambického průlivu, to znamená Madagaskar a Mosambik, začaly potýkat s četnými a poměrně silnými bouřkami, které zapříčinily záplavy. Mohla za to relativně hluboká tlaková níže. Její střed se navíc v polovině uplynulého pracovního týdne přesunul nad africké vnitrozemí a i do Malawi, které sousedí s Mosambikem, kvůli... Pokračovat ve čtení

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