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UNDP Malawi Covid-19 Response Highlights

UNDP Malawi continues to work alongside Government, other UN agencies, development partners, civil society, academia, the private sector and many others to help limit the spread of the virus and help…  


Better Health: Embracing Technology in Medicine Supply Chain Management

Malawi’s Ministry of Health and UNDP have adopted a new system to improve medical supply chain management and accountability of medicines and other medical supplies in the country.  


Growth Accelerator: Wins and Highlights

The UNDP in Malawi through its Private Sector Development Programme (PSDP) contributes to Government’s efforts to accelerate the country’s transition to a productive, competitive and resilient nation.…  


UNDP as a Platform in Action: Working with Unusual Partners in Unusual ways

There we were, beaming ear to ear as we listened to different stakeholders exchanging ideas on how best we could serve the many Malawians in need of personal protective equipment (PPEs) during this…  


What if We Accelerated a Transition towards Use of Alternative Cooking Technology in Malawi?

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…  


Young Entrepreneurs in Malawi leading by example on Covid-19

Young entrepreneurs are already taking on the fight against Covid-19 and using their innovation and skills to make a difference in their communities  


Engaging Local Solutions in Response to Covid-19 in Malawi

Covid-19 has disrupted lives and limited access to essential services worldwide. Everyday activities that require the exchange of money or person to person interaction have been severely compromised…  


COVID-19 pandemic

UNDP is working with its partners to combat the spread of the disease and to support the most affected countries where health systems are weakest and people are at their most vulnerable.  


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.  


UNDP supports early recovery after severe flooding in Malawi

More than 865,000 people have been affected, including more than 86,980 displaced, with 59 deaths and 672 injuries recorded, according to the Government.  

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