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UNDP supports early recovery after severe flooding in Malawi

UNDP has extended support to the Government of Malawi to accelerate early recovery interventions targeting households affected by severe flooding in…

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Rebuilding stronger after Cyclone Idai in Malawi

With over 278 families, the new community of Duwanya that reallocated to safer grounds, is one of the villages where UNDP Malawi is supporting to build stronger, as part of the recovery efforts for…  


Leaving No One Behind in Understanding Waste Management Challenges

As an Accelerator lab, in pursing our mandate to building learning networks around development challenges, we plan to continue collaborating with diverse stakeholders to ensure we address waste…  


After the honeymoon: our reflections on way forward

As Malawi Accelerator Lab, we have just clocked over 40 days together working as a team and interacting with the Country Office (CO).  


Malawi Women farmers fighting poverty with vegetable farming

MICF have benefitted at the aggregate level around 80,750 women (or around 32% of all beneficiaries). In terms of female headed households, the programme to-date has benefited around 5,880 female…  


UNDP Malawi deepens its commitment to preventing sexual harassment and the promotion of Gender Equality

As the world commemorates the 16 days of activism, UNDP Malawi staff reaffirmed their commitment to zero-tolerance on sexual harassment, sexual exploitation and abuse of authority, with an all staff…  


The business unusual approach for Malawi’s 21st century challenges

Earlier this year, UNDP Malawi announced the plans for the Accelerator Lab in Malawi. We are pleased to announce that we are now on board!  


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.  


Round Two of the Growth Accelerator Entrepreneurship Challenge

The selected entrepreneurs will enter into a co-financing agreement between UNDP and their selected co-financing partner whereby the latter matches with 30% cash of any financing amount that the…  

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