OFF Partners with the UN’s MY World 2030

Our Fresh Futurez is proud to announce its partnership with the MY World 2030 campaign by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Action Campaign. As an official MY World partner, we are bringing the campaign to Malawi. The MY World Campaign aims to help develop a dialogue between decision makers and citizens so as to contribute a ‘people’s perspective’ on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our Fresh Futurez will be collecting the MY World survey responses through our projects, starting with our flagship project called Chingini Cha SDGs (or… Read More

OSAMANGO-LUBWA-LUBWA, BEAT PLASTIC POLLUTION

The 5th of June is the World Environmental Day. This year this day will be commemorated under the theme Beat Plastic Pollution, interesting right? . You don’t have to be a magician or a trending prophet to realise that plastics have overwhelmed our environment in the Malawi and world. Walking in our markets and cities, you are usually greeted by sights of plastic bags and bottles littered around. It’s not even surprising catching one in the act of throwing away a bottle of water anyhow like it’s normal, right? Plastic pollution really… Read More

Cholera is not as deadly as you think. Here’s why

Four have lost their lives in Malawi since the recent cholera outbreak started. With at least 150 cases registered, the Malawian outbreak is nowhere near the devastating scale in Lusaka, Zambia. So far, there has been more than 2,400 cases and 58 deaths recorded in one of the worst outbreaks the country has faced. Public gatherings have been banned and a night-time curfew has been imposed in Kanyama, the worst hit slum of the Zambian capital, all as measures to end the cholera outbreak. As you read this line you must be… Read More

We’re OFF to a sustainable world!

Have you ever imagined a world free from hunger; with very good healthcare access to everyone; with equality everywhere whether in education, employment, or wealth distribution; a world where there is sufficient clean water for everyone always; where our energy needs are met whether in cooking or lighting our homes, in our transport systems, or in our industries; with no environmental degradation and almost all the biodiversity restored; all the conflicts peacefully resolved; and without the threat of a rapidly changing climate? Well, that’s what we call a sustainable world! On Friday,… Read More