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The Malawi Environment Endowment Trust (MEET) has stressed the need for collaboration, partnerships and engagement at various levels of the society to make positive strides in the restoration of the country's ecosystems.


Malawi loses her forest cover at an alarming rate of about 32,000 hectares every year. And with climate change on the prowl, people face unpredictable rainfall patterns, floods, droughts, and prolonged dry spells, which, in turn, have adverse effects on food security, water and energy security.


It was a tough weekend in office for Ntopwa FC as they completed the first round with two defeats in the northern region.


Droughts and floods continue to pose serious threats to life, livelihoods, property and economic growth within and beyond Malawi. 

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