Who is Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo?
Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo worked as a journalist and communications consultant. From 2004 through 2012, she worked for the Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) as a reporter, editor, and producer.
She then worked as a Campaigns and Communications Specialist for Save the Children International. Nomsa later worked as a communications officer for the UN Spotlight Initiative in Malawi.
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There is no information about Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo biography or where she was born.
Cause of Death
Poisoning was the cause of journalist Nomsa Mkandwire-Taulo’s death on May 6 of this year in Lilongwe, according to the findings of a preliminary examination investigation into her death.
Nomsa passed away just a few hours after arriving in the country for a vacation from South Sudan, where she worked as a communications analyst for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
She was laid to rest at the HHI Cemetery in Blantyre after her passing.
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There is no information about Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo’s age before her death, but she seems to be in her late thirties or early forties.
Also, information about her personal life is not available in the public domain, but once we get any information about her personal life, we will update it as soon as possible.
Also, information about her net worth e is not available in the public domain.
Beginning in 2004 and continuing until 2012, Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo worked for the Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) in several capacities, including as a reporter, editor, and producer. After that, she took a job as a Campaigns and Communications Specialist with the international organization Save the Children.
After that, the Spotlight Initiative hired Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo to work as a communications officer for the United Nations in Malawi. By the year 2022, she was working as a Communication and Innovations Analyst at the UNDP South Sudan office.
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