Participatory climate services, advanced lightning detection, solar-powered weather stations and other advanced technologies are saving lives and building resilience in Malawi
Our outlook in life is usually informed by the locality where we are born. In areas where public service delivery is functional most of us see no need to make changes
Malawi COVID-19 Situation Update Updated on 17 April 2020
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
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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