Themes

Gender and social inclusion

To achieve a resilient Malawi, women and other traditionally marginalised groups, including people of different ages, ethnic groups, disability status, and sexual minorities, need to be fully involved in and to benefit from resilience programming. The BRACC programme looks at how cultural norms, the challenges faced by disadvantaged groups, and system and intervention design affect outcomes, and aims to ensure that programme activities meet the needs of diverse people.

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”.

The case for cash in responding to humanitarian crises in Malawi

Policy brief
A plethora of evidence indicates that, where markets are functioning, cash is a highly effective modality for providing food security assistance to crisis-affected populations - say the International Humanitarian NGO coalition in Malawi, in this policy brief.

PROSPER newsletter - September 2020

Issues brief

The first issue of the Promoting Sustainable Partnerships for Empowered Resilience (PROSPER) Semi-Annual Newsletter shares some of the key achievements and innovations of our first year of operatio

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.

PROSPER

Project
PROSPER works to build the resilience of households and communities, strengthen shock sensitive social protection, expand climate smart agriculture, reduce exposure to hazards and risks, and achieve food and nutrition security, by diversifying and improving income generation and economic opportunities.