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AMAMI elects new leadership

Association of Malawian Midwives (AMAMI) has elected new office bearers, with Keith Lipato taking his second term as President.

He pledged to increase the organisation’s membership and financial base during his tenure.

Speaking after the National AMAMI Elective Convention in Dedza, Lipato expressed gratitude for the trust placed in him, highlighting the significant growth in the organization’s finances from K700,000 to over K60 million.

George Kaliati, a member and voter, described the election as free and fair, despite some challenges, including delays due to a misunderstanding over which constitution to use during voting.

The new executive team includes Dr. Esnart Kapito as Vice President, Nancy Kamwendo as Treasurer, and five additional members.

AMAMI, established in 1997 and registered with the Non-Governmental Organisations Regulatory Authority, aims to safeguard midwives’ interests and advance their professionalism.

 

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