Thank You to Our Generous 2020 Calendar Partners

You know Calendars are not just sought-after giveaways; they can make an organisation the center of attention all year round.

 

As such ECAM plans to seek sponsorship to print calendars and put its partners brand in front all year.

Partner with us for 2021 Calendars Printing Project. We wait to hear from you. Call us on +265 995 189 391

About ECAM 

The Employers Consultative Association of Malawi (ECAM) was registered in 1963 under the Trustees Incorporation Act of Malawi as an employers’ trade association representing all subscribing employers. We have direct membership from 250 organizations, which includes 6 associations. The associations represent over 277,000 members. The primary role of ECAM is the promotoion, guidance and protection of employers' interests in labour, employment and socio-economic issues 

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The Ridge,

Off Chilomoni Ring Road,     Phone

Plot No. CH/M/114,              +265 995 189 391

Namiwawa,

P.O. Box 2134,                     Email

Blantyre,                               ecam@ecammw.com

Malawi.

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ECAM Faults Treasury on Funding

Employers Consultative Association of Malawi (Ecam), a representative body of employers, has faulted Treasury for concentrating on nondevelopmental sectors in its funding criteria, calling for the rebalancing of its funding pattern. In a statement signed by Ecam president George Khaki ahead of the MidYear Budget Review Meeting of Parliament, which starts today in Lilongwe, Ecam says government needs to ensure that it makes adequate allocations to economic sectors that have the potential to lift

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