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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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Helen Clark Lecture on ‘The New Global Development Agenda and Malawi’ at Malawi National Assembly

Helen Clark (Middle) with Speaker of Malawi Parliament (L) Richard Msowoya and UN Resident Coordinator Mia Seppo during the SDGs Public Lecture in Lilongwe

Lilongwe, Malawi, 19 June 2015 at 12:30 pm: I thank the Speaker of the Malawi National Assembly, Hon. Richard Msowoya for inviting me to deliver this lecture ...

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Speech by Helen Clark at the Official Launch of the Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) Report in Lilongwe

Helen Clark (R) receiving the PDNA report from Malawi President Peter Mutharika at the launch in Lilongwe as Vice President Saulos Chilima looks on.

Thursday 18 June 2015: I am pleased to participate in this launch of the findings of the Post Disaster Needs Assessment which was carried out in ...

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UNDP Administrator Helen Clark visits Malawi – 17th to 19th June 2015

UNDP Administrator Helen Clark

MEDIA ADVISORY: Lilongwe, 14th June 2015 – Helen Clark, the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will travel to Malawi for a three day ...

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Attacks on persons with albinism must stop

Ms. Mia Seppo

12th June 2015: Last year, the United Nations officially declared June 13th as International Albinism Awareness Day. The UN and Malawi Government has therefore joined ...

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Progress on Stunting Prevention in Malawi

Children eating nutritious porridge at school.

4 June 2015: LILONGWE – An innovative stunting-prevention programme in Malawi is showing signs of positive results, according to a progress review taking place this week. The programme was ...

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