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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.

Why invest in resilience?

Policy brief
This policy brief from the BRACC Knowledge and Policy Hub and the Civil Society Network on Climate Change (CISONECC) argues that investing in resilience creates a triple dividend: avoided losses, development and co-benefits. 

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.

Cash boost to people facing hunger in Malawi

News
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has received a £4.5 million contribution from the Government of the United Kingdom to provide cash assistance to people facing severe hunger in Malawi.