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  • Ambassador Jackson and Heather pose with the female journalists

    Breaking Gender Barriers and Informing the Public

    Incredibly talented but under-represented in their profession, female journalists feel that they need to work twice as hard to compete with their male counterparts. Few female journalists are in positions of high responsibilities in Malawi.

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  • Jessie Kabwila is recognized by the US Embassy as a “Woman of Courage, Character and Commitment”

    Woman of Courage, Character and Commitment

    Promoting Women of Courage, Character and Commitment, was the theme for the U.S. Embassy Women History Month program which took place on March 5. The event recognized five women for their achievements in the areas of agriculture, health, the power sector, and education.

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  • Fruits of EGRA! A primary school boy reading a newspaper at an event at Mphanje Primary School in Lilongwe rural

    USAID Launches Early Grade Reading

    The Early Grade Reading Activity (EGRA) is a 3-year, 4-month USAID activity ending in October 2016 which will improve early grade reading of Malawian learners in Standards 1–3 through technical assistance to the Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MoEST).

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  • USG Bilateral Assistance to Malawi Graph

    USG Bilateral Assistance to Malawi

    U.S.G. is Malawi’s largest overall donor with bilateral assistance in 2013 standing at $257 million (apprx. K115 billion). Malawi is the recipient of all five Presidential Initiatives namely Feed the Future, Global Health Initiative, President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, President’s Malaria Initiative and Global Climate Change.

News

  • Report Urges Prompt, Aggressive Action on Climate Change

    Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are continuing to rise, and the world’s governments have not done enough to reduce those emissions, according to a report released April 13 by Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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  • USAID/Malawi Launches Five Year Strategy

    The United States Agency for International Development in Malawi (USAID/Malawi) launched its Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) for 2013-2018 at a ceremony at Ufulu Gardens, Lilongwe 

  • Malawi and U.S. Support the Health Sector

    On January 16, 2014 United States Ambassador to Malawi Jeanine Jackson hosted a reception in honor of Barbara Bush, CEO of Global Health Corp (GHC).  

  • Ambassador Jackson Inspires Young Musicians
    Ambassador Jackson Inspires Young Musicians

    Music plays a very important part in every culture, uniting people and providing entertainment. Music is also a source of income and worthwhile pastime for many people. Realizing this vital role that music plays in people's lives  

  • Hons-Olivier interacting with the youth
    U.S. Embassy Engages Mulanje Youth

    American Embassy Public Affairs Officer Gabriel Hons-Olivier joined a debate organized by the Friends of Mulanje Orphans and by the Young Achievers for Development on the issue of youth empowerment