As climate change impacts are increasingly observed and felt by smallholder farmers in Malawi, the call to action is strong
This publication summarises the case for banning single-use plastics in Malawi, based on available information from Malawi as well as research and experience from Africa and the rest of the world. The authors argue that not only should Malawi reinstate its ban on plastic bags, but also extend the ban to all single-use plastics.
UNDP has been present in Malawi since 1964 and implements projects nationwide. We are working closely with the Government of Malawi, civil society, the private sector, and other partners to contribute to economic growth, sustainable environmental management, and democratic governance and accountability in Malawi.
We are building the world’s largest and fastest learning network around development challenges.
The Malawi Innovation Challenge Fund (MICF) is a US$ 22 million competitive, transparent mechanism that provides grant finance for innovative projects proposed by the private sector active in Malawi’s agricultural, manufacturing and logistics sectors
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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