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AICC staff trained on Stress Management

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A pictorial focus of AICC staff during the training

AICC hosted its staff members to a two days training on stress management at Ufulu Gardens in Lilongwe. The training was facilitated by South Africa based firm, MCA Training International from 20th to 21st August, 2018.

Staff members were trained on how to use stress as a ladder and a positive means to achieve results within working environment and elsewhere. The training centered on why stress motivates, how to control and manage stress. The facilitator, Boreham, furnished participants on how to treat and harness stress as a motivating factor to attain and maximize full potential. Henry Chiwalo, Finance and Administration Manager for AICC, emphasized the importance of the training. He further hinted that as organization AICC believes in continuous training of staff to increase or improve effectiveness and productivity of organization.

 

Farmers in Dedza to Compete in SRI

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(L-R) Rice Platform Manager Leonard Chimwaza, Program Manager for Lilongwe ADD George Kapelemera, Assistant District Agriculture Development Officer for Dedza Joshua Joseph Mphanda and Dedza District Council Chair Cllr Leonard Selevasi
(L-R) Rice Platform Manager Leonard Chimwaza, Program Manager for Lilongwe ADD George Kapelemera, Assistant District Agriculture Development Officer for Dedza Joshua Mphanda and Dedza District Council Chair Cllr Leonard Selevasi

Farmers in the Area of Senior Chief Kachindamoto in Dedza district of Malawi are in the 2017/2018 farming season competing in Systems of Rice Intensification (SRI) among other innovative farming methods under the Senior Chief Kachindamoto Agriculture Trophy as a means of improving agricultural production and productivity.

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The farming trajectory of Mr. Madalitso Chapweteka

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Madalitso Chapweteka and his wife standing next to the car they bought through rice farming

Madalitso Chapweteka born in 1979 started farming rice in 1998 on a 0.4 Ha piece of land from where he used to harvest 400 Kgs. This was the case because he was using recycled seed and without any good agricultural practices. His life started to change for the better in 2009 with the coming in of the African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) at Domasi Irrigation Scheme. AICC introduced a project which was providing inputs through revolving loan to the farmers, promoting good agricultural practices (GAPs). The project also introduced modern farming technologies in rice production in order for them to increase their rice production.

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