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CHILD & YOUTH MEDIA ORGANIZATION

Timveni Child and Youth Media Organisation (commonly known as just Timveni) was established to amplify the voices of children and young people in Malawi. Launched in 2011, Timveni uses radio and Television as a platform where children and youths express their views, sharpen their talents and expose their skills at a time when the mainstream media is dominated by adult-focused content that bypassed the views of children and young people.

Over a period of time, Timveni has developed and evolved into a fully-fledged media house equipped with the staff and technology to develop, produce and broadcast powerful media content for purposes of advocacy, empowerment, awareness and entertainment.

Timveni aims at providing a platform through TV and Radio, for children and young people to actively engage duty bearers on issues that affect them.

Our Mission

Timveni's mission is to  engage children & youths in Malawi through social programs,ensure they are protected and  that their voice is heard by  decision makers in order for them to become active participants in society and development work of the country,while empowering them to maximize their potential through media.

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Our Vision

Empowered children and young people of Malawi, fully enjoying their rights and competently participating in the national agenda.

Our Commitment

Timveni remains committed in being a leader in high quality production of social programs while maintaining the promotion of children and youths in various national development sectors.

OUR LATEST PROJECTS

18+ Atsikana Osaphweketsa

The project aims at reducing child marriages in Malawi using the media. The Media sector is an important stakeholder in ensuring that the public is well sensitized about the consequences of child marriages and can provide a plat- form for other stakeholders such as girls and youths to share their experiences on the fight against child marriages.

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Youth Out Loud

Youth Out Loud is a youth media project run by Timveni, with support from UNICEF. It gives adolescents in Mangochi the opportunity to tell their own stories, about child rights issues in their communities, through radio, print and online media.

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18 Plus Mwauona Mwala

Mwauona mwala’competition has been launched on social media where young people were encouraged to look for the rocks that have painted 18+ atsikana osaphweketsa in their area and take a ‘selfie’ there, tag their friends on facebook and send it to us with any message of the child marriage that they know.

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The Latest From Our Blog

ACTION AID WARNS GOVT ON IMF POLICIES

By Aamon Butao Action Aid International says the country needs to detach itself from some policies championed by the International Monetary Fund which the charity says oppresses the poor.  This was revealed when Action Aid launched a report on the public versus austerity of south and eastern Africa which was conducted in fifteen countries.The report has […]

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GBV AGAINST MEN ON THE RISE

By Meclina Chirwa  The country has registered more than a thousand cases of abuse perpetrated against men over the first half of the year. That is according to figures from the Malawi Police Service which show 1778 complaints were recorded between January and July. Speaking to Timveni, Victim Support Unit Desk Officer Gift Likoswe urged […]

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WORLD VISION PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR MALARIA VACCINE ROLLOUT

By Meclina Chirwa  World Vision Malawi has reaffirmed its commitment towards supporting awareness drive and availability of the new Malaria vaccine in all facilities across the country. Its Director of Operations Charles Chimombo disclosed this in an interview with Timveni following the World Health Organization’s endorsement of the vaccine. According to Chimombo, the vaccine will […]

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GOVT COMMITS TO ENDING ONLINE BULLYING

By Kenson McCloud  Government has reiterated its commitment in creating a safe space for girls on the internet in bid to reduce the gender gap that exists in accessing the internet. The remarks were made as the world marked the commemoration of International Day of Girl Child on Monday 11th October. According to the Cyber […]

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NAMALOMBA’S APPOINTMENT AS DPP’S PR SPARKS DEBATE

By Wilson Allan Phiri  Civil Society Organizations have been challenged to be in the fore-front in respecting the rule of law to avoid losing public trust on issues of national importance. A social commentator Victor Chipofya made the appeal after observing that some CSOs are misleading the public by conveying different views on the appointment […]

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EXPERTS HAIL DEVELOPMENT OF MALARIA VACCINE

By Kenson McCloud  The Malawi Health Equity Network says the breakthrough in development of Malaria vaccine is a huge milestone in the fight against the disease in the country. This follows the World Health Organisation’s recommendation for the widespread use of the RTS, S Malaria vaccine among children in Sub-Saharan Africa and regions where there […]

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MINISTRY TO CRACK DOWN ON CHIEFS INVOLVED IN ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION

By Aamon Butao  The Department of forestry under the ministry of Forestry and Natural resources has issued a stern warning that the law will take its course on any chief found depleting the environment. Spokesperson in the department Gift Chimulu said this in an interview with Timveni Online following reports that some chiefs have been […]

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50-50 CAMPAIGN SUFFERS A BLOW AS KABWIRA QUITS FRONTLINE POLITICS

By Wilson Allan Phiri  One of the country’s political experts George Phiri has asked UTM party to replace Jessie Kabwira’s vacant seat with another female face. Kabwira who saved as UTM Party National Executive Committee Member has announced she has retired from active politics and has since joined Malawi Institute of Management to purse her […]

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CSOs COMMENDS NCIC MOVE TO SUSPEND CONTRACTOR ON MZUNI LIBRARY

By Kenson McCloud  Some civil society groups have commended the National Construction Industry Council for suspending construction of Mzuzu University library over the contactor’s failure to fulfil contractual agreements. According to a memo seen by Timveni, the decision follows China State Construction Engineering Corporation’s failure to allocate 30% the work to a local sub-contractor as per […]

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