The 2017 edition of The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World gives updated estimates of the number and proportion of hungry people on the planet and includes data for the global, regional, and national levels. It offers a significant update on the shifting global milieu that is today affecting people's food security and nutrition, in all corners of the globe, including Malawi.
The Report presents the findings of the Malawi Country Assessment of the Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (SRMNCH) situation within a human rights perspective. The assessment was carried with the main objective of analysing the State’s efforts to improve sexual reproductive, maternal health and child health (new born and under 5), and the respect, protection and fulfillment of human rights around the cycle of accountability. The specific objectives were to: analyse the existing legal and policy framework and identify progress, gaps, and opportunities to the realization of sexual, reproductive, maternal and child health rights; assess the budgeting and financing mechanisms; assess the delivery of health services for MRSH and NCH; evaluate the availability of effective monitoring and review mechanisms for MSRH and NCH; and a mechanism for provision of remedies and redress.
This is the NR1 Form used for national IDs registration. Print both sides on one paper (double-sided) and not on two separate papers.
The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is a One Plan through which the United Nations System in Malawi supports the Government to achieve its development objectives. It sets out specific outcomes that the UN and the Government of Malawi together aim to achieve.
The Real Time Monitor contains data on development issues in Malawi to support decision making.
Report of the Independent Expert on the enjoyment of human rights by persons with albinism on her mission to Malawi.
This report outlines UNAIDS Malawi’s achievements on strengthening coordination; developing strategic information to guide and target the response; engaging in policy and advocacy work at all levels of leadership; working to mobilise resources, while ensuring that investments are efficient and effective; engaging with civil society and community models of service delivery; and supporting Malawi to ensure, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), that the HIV response is human rights based, gender responsive and that it does not leave anyone behind.