News from Malawi Travel
As we strive for a better future for Malawi attained through improving the well-being of the nation’s children, Friends of Sick Children (FOSC) is inviting you to become a FRIEND OF THE SICK CHILDREN by partnering with us in renovating and equipping the much-needed new paediatric high dependency unit at QECH.
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Dr Seuss - The Lorax
Due to the increase in population and the need for woodfuel for cooking and heating, Malawi has lost 85% of its trees in the last 20 years, and as the graph shows: at current rates of population growth and deforestation, by 2025 the country will no longer have enough biomass to sustain the population.
A leaflet of ‘Guidelines for Departing & Arriving Passengers at Airports’ was produced in November by the Ministry of Health downgrading the requirement for those with a negative test result so that they only now have to ‘self-monitor’ but can otherwise travel freely. The latest document states the following for arriving passengers: