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Call for MISA Malawi Membership Application and Renewal 2023

MISA Malawi membership
10 Jan, 2023
MISA Malawi would like to inform its current and prospective members that membership subscription for 2023 is due. MISA Malawi is a membership-based Non-Governmental Organisation which advocates for media freedom, freedom of expression, access to information and digital rights. The membership structure and fee are as follows: a) Individual This is open to any member […]

MISA Malawi would like to inform its current and prospective members that membership subscription for 2023 is due.

MISA Malawi is a membership-based Non-Governmental Organisation which advocates for media freedom, freedom of expression, access to information and digital rights.

The membership structure and fee are as follows:

  1. a) Individual

This is open to any member working in a private, community or public media institution, human rights activists, people working in media training institutions, communication field, and individuals who subscribe to MISA Malawi ideals. Members of disciplined forces such as the police and other security agencies cannot become members. Individual membership fee stands at K25, 000 (US$25) during membership renewal period which runs up to March 31, and K30, 000 (US$30) throughout the year, with the additional MK5000 (US$5) being late registration fee. Individual subscription for geographical community media outlets is MK15,000 (US15) and MK20,000 (US20) throughout the year, with the additional MK5000 (US$5) being late subscription fee.

  1. b) Institutional membership

This is open to private (non-state owned) media institutions, journalists’ associations and unions of media workers. Government institutions cannot become members. The membership fee for this category is MK350, 000 (US$342) within the membership renewal period and K400, 000 (US$391) for late registration. The fee for geographical community media outlets is MK100, 000 (US$98) and MK125, 000 (US$122) for late subscription.

  1. c) Associate membership

This category caters for media training institutions, human rights organisations, communication agencies and other like-minded bodies that share MISA Malawi ideals. The membership fee for this category is MK150, 000 (US$147) and K200, 000 (US$196) for late registration.

Please note that only paid up members will be eligible for the MISA Malawi Annual Media Awards and training opportunities. This decision was made at the 2011 AGM and endorsed by the National Governing Council (NGC).

Members are kindly advised to deposit their fees in the following account:

Account name: NAMISA WPFD

Account number: 1610678

Bank: National Bank of Malawi

Service Centre: Lilongwe

Members are also advised to send their bank deposit slips directly to MISA Malawi Secretariat. The Chapter will not be held responsible for any lost evidence of payment that is given to a third party. All membership applications should reach the Secretariat by March 31, 2023.

For more information, please contact:

MISA Malawi Secretariat

Mtolankhani House

P.O. Box 30463

Lilongwe 3

E-mail: info@misamalawi.org

Contact Persons:

  1. Aubrey Chikungwa – +265999327311
  2.   Moses Chitsulo – +26588 432 90 72

 

 

About MISA

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) was founded in 1992. Its work focuses on promoting, and advocating for, the unhindered enjoyment of freedom of expression, access to information and a free, independent, diverse and pluralistic media.

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