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Obstetric fistula and women’s dignity

Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. George Chaponda met with new Representative of UNFPA in Malawi Ms Violet Kakyomya

May 23, is that special day that is set aside every year to remind all of us to take action to prevent obstetric fistula and ...

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Joint initiative promotes knowledge sharing as key driver of value addition in local food procurement

Participants from Malawi and Mozambique during the PAA Knowledge Sharing Workshop pose for a photograph in Mangochi.

Malawi-Mozambique PAA Africa seminar reveals importance of strong partnerships, political commitment and South-South development model Earlier this month, government and UN officials from Malawi and Mozambique ...

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Video: UN Supports Building Resilience in Malawi’s Phalombe District

Climatic shocks leave communities devastated and worsen their vulnerability, hence, the need to build resilience.

The Government of Malawi in collaboration with the United Nations and other partners, including Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), in November 2014 launched a two year project ...

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Video: Feedback on Delivering as One in United Nations

Heads of UN Agencies in Malawi join hands in speaking against the killing of university students in Kenya.

UN Resident Coordinator in Malawi Ms. Mia Seppo adds her views on the experiences on Delivering as One (DaO) in the United Nations. She says ...

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Sustainable Development Goals: Localisation, opportunities and challenges for Malawi

Ms. Mia Seppo (R) addressing an audience in Malawi's Phalombe District on the importance of building resilience.

15 May 2015: Statement by Mia Seppo, UN Resident Coordinator: On behalf of the United Nations in Malawi, I am honored to be given the opportunity ...

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New Study Reveals Huge Impact of Hunger on Economy of Malawi


13 May 2015:  Joint News Release: LILONGWE – Malawi’s economy loses nearly MKW 150 billion (nearly US$600 million) annually due to the effects of child undernutrition. ...

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