Maize grain prices continue to fall on the local market with an average price of MK 92 per kilogram being observed in the third week May, the lowest since December 2014. At the current level, maize prices are 47 percent lower in comparison to the same time last year and 25 percent lower compared to the last 3-year average price of the same months. The falling maize prices coupled with improved cereal production estimates have eased food access constraints for the majority of households.
The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is a One Plan through which the United Nations System in Malawi supports the Government to achieve its development objectives. It sets out specific outcomes that the UN and the Government of Malawi together aim to achieve.
The Real Time Monitor contains data on development issues in Malawi to support decision making.
Report of the Independent Expert on the enjoyment of human rights by persons with albinism on her mission to Malawi.
This report outlines UNAIDS Malawi’s achievements on strengthening coordination; developing strategic information to guide and target the response; engaging in policy and advocacy work at all levels of leadership; working to mobilise resources, while ensuring that investments are efficient and effective; engaging with civil society and community models of service delivery; and supporting Malawi to ensure, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), that the HIV response is human rights based, gender responsive and that it does not leave anyone behind.
The National Plan of Action for Combating Gender Based Violence (NPA) which follows the national gender based response initiatives which were implemented from 2002 to 2007 and reviewed for 2008 to 2013, is essential to the effort, and provides a comprehensive, multi-sectoral and sustained blueprint for ending violence against women, men, girls and boys.
The policy acts as a guide for integrating climate change into development planning and implementation by all stakeholders at local, district and national levels in order to foster the country's socio-economic growth and subsequently sustainable development. The goal of the National Climate Change Management Policy is to create an enabling policy and legal framework for a pragmatic, coordinated and harmonized approach to climate change management. The Policy provides strategic direction for Malawi's priorities for climate change interventions and outlines an institutional framework for the application and implementation of adaptation, mitigation, technology transfer and capacity building measures.