Mzuni student elected president of Malawian Midwives

Mzuzu University’s fourth year nursing student Charles Amos has been elected new country representative for the Association of Malawian Midwives, and has immediately expressed his commitment towards bettering the “conditions” of both graduates and midwives still pursuing their studies in the country’s institutions of higher learning.

Elected : Amosi
Elected : Amosi

Amos was elected at the association’s annual general meeting last Wednesday at Golden Peacock Hotel in the capital Lilongwe and will be at the helm of the position for the next year.

He said he considered his election as a “historic” honour, adding he would also use it to start up serious debate that would, in general, help in changing the country’s health facilities for the better.

“Our access to quality health conditions remains a non-starter in our country,” he said, “as a young person, who is not only passionate about health conditions but is also pursuing studies in nursing and midwifery I will make sure I mobilize my fellow students and youths to add a voice that can help our country.”

Malawi, one of the most impoverished countries in the world – with people surviving on less than a dollar a day – has one of the most pathetic rates towards access to quality health care.

The country has one public tertiary institution that trains doctors – the College of Medicine. But lately graduates have fled the country to other places because of government’s failure to employ them on the basis on an ailing economy.

Amos highlighted there was need for the country’s leaders to show “extra interest” towards the health care.

The 23 year old also holds a Diploma of Business Administration from The Polytechnic and is Mzuni Chapter Amami President.

He hails from Gumbi Village, Traditional Authority Chimaliro in Thyolo district.

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Chicco
Chicco
5 years ago

Congrats charlo,.thats a sign of potential

tembo
5 years ago

Nsanje will not help you! Leave the guy alone.

ruth warren
ruth warren
5 years ago

Kodi mukunyadira chani? Za midwifery ndiza azimayi wina ali mapwala lende lende kumanyadira? Mxiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

chinese ambassador
5 years ago

Recently appointed Country representative to AMAMI
Holds two positions

ngongoliwa
ngongoliwa
5 years ago

Mlomwe waphunzira zedi uyu. Diploma ndi degree in nursing, ufuna udzakhale ndani kodi.

Nankununkha sadzimva
Nankununkha sadzimva
5 years ago

Ine ndimadabwatu kuti zalowa socials tsopano?

Observer
Observer
5 years ago

Is he Malawian? All his names are first names with no Malawian roots

Thyolo
Thyolo
5 years ago

A Banda nanunso mwana wakwithu ndye kut chani?? simudawerenge kut ndiwaku Thyolo ameneyu?? aliyense basi wakwithu wakwithu mutu wanu

banda
banda
5 years ago

Point of corection! He is President of Mzuni Chapter of AMAMI not as the title screams. Congraturations mwana wakwithu!!

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