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Malawi Union of the Blind (MUB) organised a two day capacity building training for Rumphi District Education Network (DEN). The training was facilitated by MUB education coordinator, Mr Stuart Chauluka Rumphi DEN is composed of various stakeholders in the education sector, both government and non-governmental representing organisations working in the field of education, health and ….  Read More

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MUB Empowers Visually Impaired Persons With Modern Technology

Financed by Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted(NABP) Malawi Union of the Blind (MUB) is carrying out an EconomicEmpowerment Project in Chiradzulu, Mangochi and Nkhata bay. Theproject will equip 90 (45 men and 45 women) visually impaired personswith finance Literacy skills, small scale Business management skills,Credit facilities and smartphones Literacy (through Talk-back/audial)skills in ….  Read More

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MUB, MACOHA and MANARD in Covid-19 Awareness

Previous Next Malawi Union of the Blind (MUB)together with Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) and Malawi National Association for the Deaf (MANAD) with funding from CBM Germany, have launched a program to assist people with disabilities to access CIVID-19 prevention information inorder to protect them from the pandemic. Speaking during the information dissemination session ….  Read More

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MUB Equips the Elderly In Karonga

The Malawi Union of the Blind (MUB) in conjunction with Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially-sighted (NABP) has ventured into a programme of educating elderly people with visual impairment on the use of braille. According to Violet Baleti, Project Coordinator at MUB, the programme aims at equipping elderly people with visual impairment with skills ….  Read More

Ezekiel-Kumwenda- MUB Executive Director

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From the Executive Director

CALL TO ACTION FOR AN INCLUSIVE COVID-19 RESPONSE ON EDUCATION IN MALAWI Preamble Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, 700,000 people were estimated to be visually impaired (blind and partially sighted) and DeafBlind in Malawi with about 98.5% living in rural areas. Of all the school-age children with visual impairment and DeafBlindness, less than half were ….  Read More