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Malawi Talks Pre-Launch

Malawi Talks is a new UNDP initiative of interesting conversations from a wide range of talented people, in sharing best practices, exchanging views, lessons, challenges and opportunities - to help…  


The case for banning single-use plastics in Malawi

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.  


Learning and harnessing best practices on climate information to save lives

Learning how to bring together different tools and systems in disseminating weather and climate information, aimed at helping farmers manage weather risks to maximise productivity  


Thin plastic ban! Malawi takes a stand against Plastic pollution

Malawi now joins 62 other countries around the world that have taken action on plastic pollution by banning the production or use of single use plastic goods  


Join Us #NextGenUNDP #Agenda2063 #Agenda2030

To build a new generation of young African women leaders and experts to serve Africa and the world in designing and implementing development programmes in the context of the SDGs and Agenda 2063.  


M-Climes protecting communities from the effects of extreme weather events and climate change in Malawi

This is one of several interventions where UNDP is working in partnership with the Malawi Government and alongside national and local structures to build the capacity of key actors for weather and…  


Learn more about UNDP In Malawi

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…  


Recovering from Floods in Malawi

Joana from Nsanje district will never forget the day her village was flooded. Heavy rains fell non-stop for more than 3 days, with extreme winds being too much for her house to withstand.  


Malawi Floods update:situation report as of 27th April, 2019

As of 27 April, more than 92,000 households have been reached with food and non-food items in 15 affected districts.  


Modern lightning detecting system saving lives and livelihoods in Malawi

Funded by the Green Climate Fund, Scaling up the Use of Modernized Climate Information and Early Warning systems (M-CLIMES), is working to improve early warning weather and climate information systems…  

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