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  • USAID is working with Malawi to resolve major health issues such as perpetual shortages of qualified health workers in facilities across the country, shortage of drugs in public health facilities and high demand for health services.

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  • USAID/Malawi supports institutional strengthening and increased citizen participation in decision-making.

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  • ASPIRE is designed to increase the adoption of positive sexual and health-care seeking behaviors, and decrease key structural and cultural barriers to girls’ education.

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  • USAID, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, supports Malawi’s education sector and focuses on developing fundamental literary skills among students.

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  • USAID gives women and girls more opportunities by integrating gender equality and women’s empowerment into all of the development efforts.

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  • USAID is spearheading innovative programs to strengthen smallholder farmers’ economic and climatic resiliency, and promote agriculture and nutrition.

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USAID Education Malawi
Rescued From a Child Marriage, This Malawian Girl Returns to School
Merifa Muvwera and daughter, Loveness, portioning nsima, Malawi’s staple food, after preparing the meal on their improved cookst
New Cookstoves Improve Health, Protect Forests, Save Time in Malawi
FtF: Grant Improves Marketability of Smallholder Produce in Malawi
Grant Improves Marketability of Smallholder Produce in Malawi

About Malawi

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.

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Last updated: March 09, 2017

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