World Vision Malawi (WVM) country director Hazel Nyathi has said they are making strides in improving lives of people in the Southern Region through projects they are implementing.
Nyathi made the remarks on Wednesday in Blantyre during a meeting with stakeholders from the region.
“Among other things, we distributed mosquito nets with the help of district council officials and other stakeholders.
“Through water, sanitation and hygiene programme [Wash], we have seen proper sanitation practices being adopted,” she said.
Nyathi also said the child report indicates that the country is doing well despite some challenges.
“As a country, we still have a lot to do in service provision by government and other stakeholders.
“We also have challenges in security and protection of vulnerable children,” said Nyathi.
On her part, Chiraduzulu District Commissioner ReighardChavula said there is good coordination between the council and the organisation.
“We have reached many people in water and sanitation services and the distribution of mosquito nets,” she said.
The organisation is implementing various projects in Mangochi, Balaka, Mulanje, Neno, Chikwawa, among other districts in the Southern Region.