UNDP has extended support to the Government of Malawi to accelerate early recovery interventions targeting households affected by severe flooding in…
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Mr. Shigeki brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience; having previously served in several capacities within the UNDP for more than 16 years, before joining the UNDP Malawi.
Joana from Nsanje district will never forget the day her village was flooded. Heavy rains fell non-stop for more than 3 days, with extreme winds being too much for her house to withstand.
Funded by the Green Climate Fund, Scaling up the Use of Modernized Climate Information and Early Warning systems (M-CLIMES), is working to improve early warning weather and climate information systems…
United Nations agencies in collaboration with the Government of Malawi, national and international agencies have reached over 400,000 persons affected by the impact of Cyclone Idai.
There are pieces of it everywhere. In our oceans, our soils, our water supplies. It’s in the air we breathe and even in the food we eat.
More than 865,000 people have been affected, including more than 86,980 displaced, with 59 deaths and 672 injuries recorded, according to the Government.
We are looking to recruit; The Head of exploration, Head of Experimentation; And the Head of Ethnography.
UN supports humanitarian response to floods in Malawi and joins Government in warning of additional flood risks
ADAPT Plan project seeks to promote climate change adaption through structures at district and community level
UNDP Malawi, in partnership with the Malawi Police Service (MPS) conducted an Officer In-Charge of Stations training to build the capacity of police officers in electoral security management.