Latest News

Quick facts about Cholera and how to prevent it

Cholera is preventable and treatable

Situation in Malawi Affected districts: Karonga, Nkhata Bay, Kasungu, Dowa, Salima and Lilongwe – as of 17th January 2018 Four deaths – as of 17th January 2018 274 registered cases – as of 17th January 2018 All neighbouring countries (Tanzania, Read More

Pathways to Justice in Malawi – Radio Documentary

Maula Prison in Lilongwe

Interesting radio documentary on access to justice in Malawi, tackling challenges prisoners face and efforts to address them with support from Development Partners like Ireland and Royal Norwegian Embassy in Lilongwe, Malawi. To listen to the programme, click here

Removing barriers to girls’ education

By Rebecca Phwitiko, UNICEF Malawi This lakeshore town is Malawi’s tourism hub. Beautiful hotels and resorts along Lake Malawi offer getaway destinations to local and international tourists, as well as employment to the locals. Mangochi is also home to thousands Read More

UN International Human Rights Day Speech – 10 Dec 2017

Florence Rolle, UN Resident Coordinator a.i.

UN International Human Rights Day Speech  10 December 2017 Delivered by the UN Resident Coordinator a.i. Florence Rolle Honourable Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Mr Samuel Tembenu, SC Mr Justin Dzonzi, Chairperson of the Malawi Human Rights Commission Commissioners Read More

Malawi launches National Peace Policy

UNDP Malawi launched.

To mark this year’s commemoration of the International Day of Peace, Malawi launched its National Peace Policy on 29th November in Lilongwe. The day was commemorated under the theme, Together for Peace: Unity in Diversity, highlighting the need to embrace Read More