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FootballFootballCenter for the Development of People (CEDEP), under the COC and Planet Romeo Projects, organized a two day football tournament for its Peer Educators across Malawi. The tournament took place from the 17th to 18th of December, 2018, was held at the African Bible College (ABC) Sports Complex in Lilongwe, Malawi. The event was patronized by participants from the Northern, Southern, Central and Eastern regions of Malawi, more specifically; Mzuzu, Blantyre, Mangochi and Lilongwe.


On Saturday 17th November, 2018 Center for the Development of People (CEDEP), accompanied by 25 Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LBTI) members paid a visit at the Children’s Ward 2B at Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) in Lilongwe. The visit, was part of CEDEP’s Corporate Social Responsibility, intended to cheer the children who were admitted at the hospital with various ailments, as well as bring hope to their guardians. After verbal encouragements, CEDEP


At first, it was just another meeting where people share ideas on rights of minority groups. But when a real life experience was narrated by a troubled mother with an intersex child, each of the participants, who included chiefs, lawyers, the clergy and a member of Parliament (MP) from various parts  of the country, got emotional and started to talk solutions.

To the woman, the presence of these opinion leaders was an opportunity to have her case recorded for action. Like a trained orator, she perfectly summarised, what she said was a long story into a short, but striking narrative.

The household enumeration exercise has ignited debate on intersex

And if she planned to make participants emotional and empathetic, she absolutely achieved this goal—the room was quiet with faces focused on her while some heads swung both vertically and horizontally-a sign that they were following.



Watching: Interview with Malawi LGBTI, human rights leader
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