Centre for Human Rights Education Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) 0fficially launched a new office on 25th January 2017 in Mwanza district.
The event which was led by the organization Chief Executive Victor Mhango, brought together different partners such as police, courts officials as well as prison officials that work hand in hand with the organization in fighting against human rights violations.
Programs Manager for CHREAA, Immaculate Maluza said the organization chose Mwanza because the district is close to the border and people tend to abscond bail by simply escaping to others countries.
Maluza also said the bail abscondment is encouraged due to lack of knowledge on bail procedures hence the opening of the office.
People of Mwanza stand to benefit with CHREAA as they will be equipped with bail applications and human rights knowledge.
CHREAA hopes to expand to other districts in order to reach out to as many Malawians as possible.