In just a few short months, Malawians will take to the polls to elect their next leader. The current president, Joyce Banda, has championed the issue of healthcare in a country with one of the highest malnutrition, HIV, and maternal mortality rates in the world. But many question her commitment to the cause and say she’s not only out of touch with her people, but that she's involved in a scandal that sent government dollars into the accounts of political officials. I report for Deutsche Welle on how corruption has affected service delivery and morale among healthcare workers from the Malawi’s capital Lilongwe. Listen to my piece below, or to the full episode of WorldLink here.
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