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CSAT Malawi held an Engagement meeting with Journalists

CSAT Malawi held  a 2 day workshop to grill journalists of accountability and  advocacy issues, the workshop, main purpose was to sensitize the Malawi media on the Access to Information Act. The workshop facilitators were equipping them on how to report since they can now have access to information from the Malawi Government.   Some of the Journalist interacting during…

Consultative Meetings with Public Finance Management Stakeholders

CSAT participated in the consultative meetings with Public Finance Management Stakeholders in Mponela. The meeting was organized by Ministry and one of the main Agenda was  to address issues of enhancement of Capacity in public finance Management. The workshop saw several stakeholders and CSOs together to engage on  key issues arising due to poor management of funds by other Departments…

K6.2bn Covid-19 report awaits AG scrutiny

Centre for Social Accountability Transparency executive director Willy Kambwandira, in an interview this week observed that government has not been transparent on the report and on the future of several arrests already made. He said: “We understand that only four out of 62 people that were arrested are facing prosecution. We are not told whether the rest have been dropped…

Malawi scores highly in water, poorly in hygiene

Malawi is above its neighbours when it comes to citizen’s accessibility to water, but scores poorly in hygiene and sanitation, a new report has shown. An economist has since blamed the poor ranking on hygiene and sanitation on misuse of resources allocated to these sectors. In a report which the Centre for Social Accountability and Transparency (Csat) in collaboration with…