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Integrated Household Panel Survey (IHPS) Report - November 2014

The main objective of the Integrated Household Panel Surveys is to provide and update information on various aspects of welfare and socio-economic status of the population of Malawi and are presented at various levels such as national; urban-rural and region as well as disaggregated by gender. This is the first report in a series of the integrated household panel surveys conducted by the National Statistical Office (NSO). 

Survey of Urban Poor Settlements in Lilongwe 2014

In a rapidly urbanizing world, Malawi remains one of the least urbanized countries in Africa. Nevertheless, it has not escaped the challenges posed by the phenomenon. Malawi’s capital Lilongwe is estimated to be growing at a rate of 4.3% per year, and has even been projected to break the one million population mark as early as 2015. This research study was made possible through funds from the People 4 Change programme funded by ActionAid Denmark.

UN Malawi Newsletter, July 2014

This is a newsletter for the United Nations System in Malawi for July 2014.

Development Cooperation Strategy for Malawi (2014-2018)

This Development Cooperation Strategy (DCS) aims to guide development cooperation in Malawi. It provides a national framework for achieving MGDS II overarching development aspirations. It is guided by international commitments and initiatives on aid and development effectiveness. The DCS succeeds the 2006- 2011 Development Assistance Strategy (DAS).

2014 Malawi MDG Endline Survey Key Findings Report

This report contains results of the latest assessment of Malawi's performance on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) whose endline is 2015. The report provides information on indicators for monitoring progress of attainment of the MDGs and Malawi Growth and Development Strategy and other development programmes.

2014 Human Development Report: Sustaining Human Progress (full report)

The 2014 Human Development Report 'Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerability and Building Resilience' highlights the need for both promoting people's choices and protecting human development achievements. It takes the view that vulnerability threatens human development, and unless it is systematically addressed, by changing policies and social norms, progress will be neither equitable nor sustainable.

2014 Human Development Report: Sustaining Human Progress (summarised version)

The 2014 Human Development Report 'Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerability and Building Resilience' highlights the need for both promoting people's choices and protecting human development achievements. It takes the view that vulnerability threatens human development, and unless it is systematically addressed, by changing policies and social norms, progress will be neither equitable nor sustainable.