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Spirit of Dedza – Leaving no one behind

Mussa Illinga at work registering Malawian citizens.

After two weeks of registering hundreds of residents daily in the village of Kachere, Herbert Saini and his fellow registration officers (ROs), knew they were ...

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Speech by Development Partners Representative at press conference marking end of phase one of national registration

Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi Kikkan Haugen speaking at the press conference

Speech by Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi Kikkan Haugen at the press conference marking end of Phase 1 of the mass national IDs registration campaign Honorable Minister ...

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Status of phase one of national IDs registration (actual figures per district)

MASS REGISTRATION FOR NATIONAL IDs - July 2017 PHASE 1 RESULTS (All 6 districts)   PHASE 1 TARGET POPULATION 1.76 million PHASE 1 REGISTERED POPULATION 1.68 million PHASE 1 TURNOUT 94% 1. MCHINJI   TARGET POPULATION 324, 179 REGISTERED 321,751 TURNOUT 99.30% 2. ...

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Statement on completion of phase one of mass national registration campaign

Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security NATIONAL REGISTRATION BUREAU NATIONAL REGISTRATION & IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (NRIS) PRESS CONFERENCE STATEMENT ON PHASE 1 MILESTONE CEREMONY by HON. MINISTER GRACE CHIUMIA M.P. 19TH JULY, ...

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FAO links smallholder farmers with agro-processors in maiden market symposium

Smallholder farmers like these can earn more through collective marketing. Photo  Credit: Mike Chipalasa, FAO Malawi.

Collective marketing and knowledge of market trends key drivers for higher prices 21st July 2017, Lilongwe, Malawi - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) organized ...

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Mass registration for national IDs underway

UN Resident Coordinator Mia Seppo interacting with a registration officer and a Malawian citizen registering for a national ID at Nalubva School in Salima.

July 3, 2017. The mass registration exercise, launched on May 24th this year, is estimated to have, by end of June, registered over one million ...

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