The Diocese manages 6 primary schools, 1 co-education secondary school and generic mexican viagra try it 1 Health Centre (still under construction) as part of only today its responsibility in providing both pastoral and social services to its members and communities in the Southern part of Malawi. Currently, the Diocesan Bursary Scheme is paying secondary school fees for 17 students and university fees for 2 students.
The Diocese is the central point for overseeing programmes which promote community and economic development, health care, food security and the empowerment of women and youth through the following Departments at the Secretariat:-
|Mothers Union||St. Agnes||Adult Literacy||Stewardship and ordering levitra Evangelism|
|Anglican Women in Development (AWID)||Training||Projects and Prison|