Themes

Clean cooking

Using modern, non-polluting energy for cooking is important for people's health. It also discourages deforestation - which harms the broader environment. BRACC projects are working to help Malawians shift away from unsustainable charcoal use and to embrace clean, affordable cooking fuels and methods.

Youth express priorities on climate change

News
On 4 February 2021 over 80 young Malawians, aged between 18 and 35 and committed to climate change issues, joined “The Road to COP26-National Youth Consultative Forum on Climate Change”.

Malawi Clean Cooking Fund: Applications now open

News
The Malawi Clean Cooking Fund is a $1.1 million dollar performance-based grant fund (PBG) designed to increase the supply of, and demand for alternative cooking energies and fuel-efficient cooking technologies in Malawi, as well as the supply of sustainable wood fuels from well-managed forest resources.

Modern Cooking for Healthy Forests

Project
Modern Cooking for Healthy Forests (MCHF) promotes sustainable forest management and energy options to maintain forest cover and to reduce land-based emissions in Malawi.

BRACC Knowledge and Policy Hub

Project
The hub provides knowledge, policy and implementation support to the BRACC implementing partners, acting to ensure that the impact of the programme is greater than the sum of its parts.