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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”.
On 4 February 2021, the ‘Road to COP26: National Youth Consultative Forum on Climate Change' will take place, to provide young Malawians with the opportunity to highlight their priorities and showcase existing and potential ideas for good practice.
Young Malawian climate leaders have launched a climate change theme song as part of their advocacy work. The song, entitled “Nyengo Isasinthe” (Let’s stop climate change) features renowned musician Joe Kellz.
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.
Stella Gama, the Government of Malawi’s Director of Forestry, has made a powerful intervention calling for greater involvement of women in the climate change negotiations and in leading climate actions in-country.
An innovative water management initiative in Malawi – aimed at building resilience and adaptation to climate change – has been nominated for an Africa Water ChangeMaker Award.
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.
The Modern Cooking for Health Forests (MCHF) in Malawi project in partnership with mHub and in coordination with the Government of Malawi has launched a business accelerator programme.
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.