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13 October 2020 was the thirty-first International Day of Disaster Risk Reduction. How should Malawi approach disaster risk reduction?
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 project aims to develop climate-resilient livelihoods for communities around three of Malawi’s iconic protected areas: Majete Wildlife Reserve, Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve and Liwonde National Park.
This is the story of how PROSPER Markets worked with a women-led business, MANDOLO, to source and supply quality sachets of inoculant for the Malawian market, what they learned - and where they go from here.
Small-scale farmers in sub-Saharan Africa need accessible climate information, in order to make important crop and land management decisions. New research from Malawi shows that women farmers have specific needs.
Dorothy Tembo-Nhlema, Chair of the Weather Chasers Group in Malawi, sees how the group is part of a larger civil society movement for positive change.
The new government took over affairs of state at the most critical time for Malawi - says Katharine Vincent, of the BRACC Knowledge and Policy Hub.
Malawi's 2019 heatwave led to consecutive days with very high temperatures - a scenario that tea growers fear. Tea bushes were scorched in Mulanje and Thyolo districts.
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.