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GROWING CONCERN ABOUT IMPACT OF FOOD SHORTAGES ON REFUGEES IN MALAWI – UN AGENCIES

Children at Dzaleka camp are in need of food.

19 January 2016 LILONGWE – A lack of funds could have severe consequences for more than 23,500 refugees at Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi, the United ...

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Statement on respecting the rights of all persons regardless of their sexual orientation

Together with others, the United Nations underscores the fundamental human rights to privacy, equality and non-discrimination.  Everyone is entitled to these rights, regardless of their ...

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MALAWI COMMEMORATES INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY

STATEMENT BY MS. MIA SEPPO, UNITED NATIONS RESIDENT COORDINATOR AND UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE   17 December 2015, Lilongwe – Your Excellency, Prof. Arthur Peter ...

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Malawi Commemorates Human Rights Day

People expressing their rights through placards.

10 December 2015, Lilongwe - Statement by the UN acting Resident Coordinator, Mahimbo Doe On this day, when we commemorate  international human rights day,  the day on ...

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Teenage Mother Heads Family with Support from Social Cash Transfer Programme.

03 December 2015, Lilongwe - Doreen Allan is a 17 year old girl who lives  in Liwundi village , Traditional Authority Chowe in Mangochi. Doreen was ...

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Ending the AIDS epidemic as part of the Sustainable Development Goals:Getting to Zero is Possible with early HIV treatment. Act Now!

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The world has made significant strides in the fighting against HIV and AIDS which is one of the major socioeconomic and health challenges of the ...

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