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June 14, 2018

USAID/Malawi has developed a Request for Information for the purpose of knowing: 1) ways to strengthen incentives and disincentives to counter illegal, and unsustainable firewood and charcoal production; and 2) which organizations, including the private sector, are promoting alternative, efficient energy technologies coupled with behavior change strategies to reduce demand for charcoal and firewood use for domestic and/or industrial energy needs. USAID/Malawi seeks information to help inform interventions aimed at Sustainable Management of Priority Forests and Bordering Watersheds to increase forest cover, promote land-based emissions reductions and support livelihoods.

A lady in a corn field holding a hoe
April 19, 2018

Smallholder farmers cultivate 90% of the arable land in Malawi and face many challenges including declining soil fertility, erratic rainfall, land constraints, and poor institutional support. With limited access to credit, inputs, and price information, the typical farmer struggles to support a family of six on only one hectare of land. Also, Malnutrition particularly is a major problem causing stunting for 47% of children under the age of 5.

August 28, 2017

USAID/Malawi opened in Lilongwe in 1979.  Programs included agricultural development, private sector expansion, strengthening health and family planning services, improving transport infrastructure, and human resource development. 

May 18, 2017

USAID/Malawi Communications Specialist Oris Chimenya Speaks To Christabel Namonde, Balaka District Coordinator For The USAID-Funded Project, Support For Service Delivery Integration (SSDI) Services On How Pre-Mature Babies Are Saved Through Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC)

Let Girls Learn Malawi
January 10, 2017

USAID’s Let Girls Learn AMAA (Give Girls a Chance to Learn) project in Malawi seeks to deliver a range of district specific activities to mitigate the barriers to girls’ enrollment and retention in school. The project will work in five priority districts including Balaka, Machinga, Phalombe, Mzimba and Chikwawa, targeting girls aged 10-19 in both upper primary and secondary schools. Led by Save the Children, AMAA will work with local and international NGOs as well as NORC, the Ministry of Education in Malawi, and plans to partner with USDA to mitigate the barriers preventing girls’ enrollment and retention in school.


Last updated: August 17, 2018

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