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Ending Human Trafficking A Must

Children like these are prone to human trafficking for sexual exploitation and child labour. Photo Credit ILO in Malawi.

Lilongwe: 31st July 2015. After being abducted, two young South Africans, one a 20 year-old woman and the other a 14 year-old boy, were smuggled ...

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Small steps, big changes: Siyileni’s story

Siyileni Sulawali, determined to go back to school after pregnancy. Photo Credit - UNICEF 2015.

On a big reed mat in the middle of the house, Siyileni Sulawali quietly looks at her little brother Innocent. He’s just about a month ...

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Situating land rights in the context of food security

Mariam Chiwaula showing the size of her rice garden. Photo Credit: Mike Chipalasa/ FAO/ 2015

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is promoting use of Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries ...

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Media Release: Multi Stakeholder Dialogue on Business and Human Rights

Participants at the Multi Stakeholder Dialogue on Business and Human Rights in Malawi.

Lilongwe: 09/07/2015: On 25 June 2015, the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC), in collaboration with the United Nations (UN) and Citizens for Justice (CFJ), held a ...

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Promoting Agriculture as the basis of nutrition: Government of Malawi, FAO develop nutrition strategies and action plans

7 July 2015, Lilongwe, Malawi – The agriculture sector has a critical role in nutrition as a basis for food supply and healthy diets. A recent ...

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Shaping the Recovery of Malawi, Helen Clark’s Visit

Helen Clark (R) shaking hands with Malawi President Peter Mutharika after launch of the PDNA Report in Lilongwe. Photo Credit UNDP Malawi.

Press Release: 19th June 2015, Lilongwe - The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator, Ms. Helen Clark today wrapped up her three day mission to Malawi. During her mission, she ...

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