2020 International Women's Day The promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women is at the heart of all our work at UNDP Malawi #IWD2020
As the world commemorates the 16 days of activism, UNDP Malawi staff reaffirmed their commitment to zero-tolerance on sexual harassment, sexual exploitation and abuse of authority, with an all staff face-to-face training on Prevention of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Exploitation.
With over 278 families, the new community of Duwanya that reallocated to safer grounds, is one of the villages where UNDP Malawi is supporting to build stronger, as part of the recovery efforts for communities affected by disasters such as the devastation of Cyclone Idai.
Leaving no one behind is a key principle to follow when implementing development interventions to make them inclusive and sustainable.
UNDP Malawi supported several renowned youthful artists to collaborate in a music video for the National ID youth campaign targeting the youths in Malawi to register for the National ID
There are a lot of hard-working people in Malawi that are not given a break and Roseberry Farms’ main goal is to lift people out of poverty and make their lives sustainable and successful and get them to live above the poverty line.
The Malawi Innovative Challenge Fund Newsletter features achievements and lessons from some of the projects of the Initiative, over the last 4 years of implementation

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