UNDP Malawi commissioned a rapid assessment of the socio-economic impact of the pandemic in order to generate evidence needed for policy makers to use in support of the affected and also plan for recovery.
UNDP Malawi's twist to the Jerusalem dance challenge that went beyond lifting the spirits of staff during the covid-19 pandemic.
UN Malawi COVID-19 Situation Updates
Growth Accelerator launched the COVID-19 Special Window in April 2020 to identify and support SMEs with already existing products and/or services that could assist in the containment and management of the corona virus. The programme has successfully contracted 19 ventures to support with up to USD40,000 per venture (MWK30,000,000) co-financing facility.
UNDP Malawi has officially handed over the first batch of ICT infrastructure support to the Malawi Parliament to help ensure that they maintain critical functionality in an effective and safe working environment, amidst Covid-19
It has been a great year for the Growth Accelerator program, and we are excited for all these incredible leaps and wins! If 2020 was anything to go by, we can only expect to see more innovation, more growth, and more sustainability for the Malawi private sector landscape
At a village a couple of weeks ago I eavesdropped on a conversation between a group of women as they were having their communal lunch. In their discussion they unanimously agreed it is common nowadays for their households to miss breakfast and that they look forward to having lunch as the first meal of the day.

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