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Doing right by women and girls

 Tikhala Itaye, a women and girls’ rights defender, co-founded her NGO, Her Liberty, after realising she could not get answers on why girls were treated differently from boys in her country, Malawi. “When I started my first year of university, Read More

UNHCR assists Mozambican asylum seekers return home

23rd November 2018: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Malawi during the month of October assisted 2,603 Mozambique asylum seekers who were being hosted at Luwani Refugee Camp with a voluntary return to their native country. The voluntary Read More

Bvumbwe women tell a delicious vegetable story

21st November 2018: Chifundo Mmane is a local farmer who has seen her income grow having ventured in horticulture business. She is among 20 women farmers singing songs of joy from Chinkwende Village in Traditional Authority Bvumbwe, Thyolo. Through the Read More

European Union World Food Day Debate

20th November 2018: Continuing with the World Food Day 2018 commemorations, the European Union Delegation in Malawi funded a World Food Day debate, at Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) on 26th October. This event called for action Read More

Commemorating World Food Day 2018 in Malawi

19th November 2018: Zero hunger means working together to ensure that everyone, everywhere, has access to the safe, healthy and nutritious food that they need.” This was the spirit of the day on 23 October, at the World Food Day Read More

Tackling climate change with local solutions in Malawi

16th November 2018: For many years, farmers in Kankhomba village and surrounding communities in Zomba district have faced the rage of the Namilambe river, washing away their crops, houses and property downstream. The result of climate change and severe deforestation Read More