Malawi former President JB continues with charity work amid Covid-19 spike
ZOMBA-(MaraviPost)-Former Malawi President who is also People’s Party (PP) leader Dr Joyce Banda (JB) on Monday, August 24, 2020 continued with her charity works in complementing Tonse government’s efforts in making a better nation for all.
On Monday, the former Malawi leader JB spent the whole morning in her community in Domasi distributing face masks to people in the area in awake of Covid-19.
Dr Banda also took some time at Joyce Banda Foundation Village Centre distributing fortified flour packs to women living positively with HIV/AIDS.
“Research is telling us that those with underlying issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure and indeed HIV/AIDS are vulnerable when it comes to Covid-19 pandemic.
“It is imperative for all of us in our private capacity to help government sensitize communities and help in anyway possible to enable them have access to clean water for hygiene as well as masks and nutritious food,” said Banda.
The PP President took the opportunity to announce her plans to drill 14 boreholes in some parts of the country.
“I am grateful to those who have helped Joyce Banda Foundation Internertional access 14 boreholes that we shall drill in Zomba, Machinga and Kasungu,” Banda said.
Dr. Joyce Banda is popularly known for her charity works as she is also recognised internationally for impacting lives of many including women, children and the vulnerable.
She was the first female president to rule Malawi from 2012 to 2014.
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