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  • US Deputy Ambassador Michael Gonzales explaining to participants of the college about his Alma Mater Occidental College

    U.S. College Fair Attracts Malawian Students

    Over 500 Malawian students aspiring to pursue higher education in the U.S. interacted with U.S. Embassy staff and family members, Fulbright Grantees, Peace Corps Volunteers, and Malawian alumni of U.S. colleges..

  • U.S.-Global Fund Hotline

    U.S. and Global Fund Establish Hotline

    On April 6, U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer joined Global Fund and Malawi Ministry of Health officials to launch a new hotline to report drug theft in Malawi. The Global Fund campaign, “I Speak Out Now!” and the USAID campaign,

  • Ambassador Palmer right, and USAID Director donating the food commodities

    U.S. Announces Additional Food Assistance

    U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer on February 29 announced an additional donation of US$27 million (MK 20 billion) of food assistance from the United States to support vulnerable, food insecure communities in Malawi.

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  • Left to right:  Power Africa Coordinator Herscowitz, Ambassador Palmer, Minister Msaka

    U.S., Malawi Sign Power Africa MOU

    Malawian Minister of Natural Resources, Energy, and Mining Bright Msaka, U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer, and Power Africa Coordinator Andrew Herscowitz on February 26 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the United States and Malawi.

  • Minister Chaponda, Ambassador Virginia Palmer, Colonel Dan Kuwali representing the Malawi Defence Forces, and Gunnery Sergeant Brian Corpuz representing United States Marine Corps.

    U.S.,Malawi Sign Military Cooperation Agreement

    Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Dr. George Chaponda, MP, and U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer on February 24 signed a military cooperation agreement between the United States and Malawi.


  • U.S. Congressional Delegation Visits Malawi

    A U.S. Congressional delegation led by Senator James Inhofe visited Malawi on February 19. The delegation met with President Arthur Peter Mutharika to discuss U.S.-Malawi relations, particularly related to security cooperation.

  • U.S. Supports Investigative Journalists

    U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer and Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Malawi Deputy Chairperson Yvonne Sundu on February 12 addressed the 13 journalists from across Malawi’s media landscape who completed a week-long workshop on investigative journalism....

Other News from Post

  • U.S. Supports Girls Empowerment

    On January 29 surrounded by students at Nkhonde Primary School in Balaka district, U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer and First Lady of the Republic of Malawi Gertrude Mutharika, joined by the Malawian Ministers of Education, Health, and Gender, officially launched three new U.S. Government-funded programs in Malawi, 

  • U.S. Provides Training and Support for Malawian Peacekeepers

    The United States provides training and support to build the capacity of the Malawian security sector to conduct peacekeeping and fight transnational threats. 

  • U.S. Ambassador Speaks at Malawi Armed Forces College

    U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer addressed graduates of the Sergeant Major Academy on December 18 at the Malawi Armed Forces College in Salima, Malawi. 

  • 2015 in Review

    As we celebrate this year’s end, and look forward to 2016, we’d like to share the most recent information about the United States Government’s support for Malawi’s development in 2015. 

  • U.S. Supports HIV- related Projects for People with Disabilities

    The U.S. Ambassador’s HIV/AIDS Small Grants Fund (ASGF) will support nine organizations from eight districts working with people with disabilities. 


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