The National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust has urged people in the country to peacefully co-exist and maintain social cohesion beyond the fresh presidential election scheduled for June 23 2020.
NICE Trust Regional Civic Education Officer (Centre), Enock Chinkhuntha, stressed that co-existence and social cohesion are prerequisite for achieving a meaningful socio-economic transformation in a society.
The National Initiative for Civic Education [NICE] will publish an elections book on the 2019 tripartite elections. NICE has in all past elections published an edited book covering different aspects of the electoral process.
NICE and Institute for Policy Interaction IPI have undertaken the production of an edited book on the 2019 Tripartite elections. Among the various topics, the book will examine inclusiveness of the electoral process and efforts that are made to widen the space for participation by all sections of society.
Karonga District Health Office (DHO) has hailed the National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) for
helping to improve health service delivery in the district through the development of a Health Service Charter.
Health Services Administrator for Karonga DHO, Clement Gonthi, explained that initially, their office had a service charter but it expired. NICE sponsored the office to go to Ntchisi where they learnt how to develop their own to replace the expired one.