USAID/Malawi is proud to support the Braille Cup, the only academic competition in Malawi for learners who are blind!
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No woman should die giving birth: USAID trains health workers in basic emergency obstetric and neonatal care.
USAID/Malawi Country Director Doug Arbuckle (Left); Emmanuel Ngulube, Food for Peace Officer, and US Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer welcome disaster relief supplies.
Last year, USAID's mission in Malawi completed a five year, $700m Country Development Cooperation Strategy that promotes integrated development with the goal of “Malawians’ quality of life improved” and three objectives: Social Development Improved, Sustainable Livelihoods Increased, Citizen Rights and Responsibilities Exercised. This new strategy furthers USAID’s commitment to development partnership with the government and people of Malawi based on true accountability and collaboration.
Last updated: June 26, 2015