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
Even though Malawi has made progress in improving essential health services, there are still many gaps and challenges that need to be addressed. The Ministry of Health and UNDP in Malawi are therefore working on a new project aimed at improving the medical supply chain management and accountability of medicines and other medical supplies in the country
This publication captures some of the work that UNDP Malawi has implemented so far in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Malawi.
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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