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  • Ambassador Virginia Evelyn Palmer

    Virginia Palmer the New U.S. Ambassador to Malawi

    Virginia Palmer is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service. She arrived in Lilongwe on January 27, 2015 to assume her responsibilities as the U.S. Ambassador to Malawi.

  • Malawi Floods

    While rains have abated in parts of Malawi, the impacts of flooding continue to reverberate. The United States has already contributed over $2 million. Americans who want to help contribute to the response are encouraged to click at the message above or text “Malawifloods” to 41444 from the United States.

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    U.S. Embassy Encourages Youth Volunteerism in Malawi

    United States Charge d’Affaires to Malawi Michael Gonzales encouraged youth in Malawi to find ways that they can contribute to society through volunteering or community service.

  • Ministry of Youth, Grace Chiumia views one of the stands by a YALI Fellow as Acting Deputy Ambassador Geraldine Thibodeau looks on

    Entrepreneurship Fair in Blantyre

    About 400 young people braved the bad weather in Blantyre on January 15 to participate in the Entrepreneurship Fair organized by the 2014 Mandela Washington fellows in cooperation with the United States Embassy.

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    Charge d'Affaires Speaks on Civil Service Reforms

    CDA Gonzales recently gave an exclusive interview on Capital FM on the public service reforms that the Malawi Government is currently implementing. For more, listen in this clip...


  • Internet attack could shut down US gas stations

    A device used to monitor the gasoline levels at refueling stations across the United States—known as an automated tank gauge or ATG—could be remotely accessed by online attackers, manipulated to cause alerts, and even set to shut down the flow of fuel, according to research to be published on Thursday.

  • Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens- Flooding in Southern Malawi

    Following heavy rains which continue to drive rising water levels throughout Malawi, the President of Malawi has declared a Disaster Zone in the districts of Nsanje, Chikwawa, Phalombe, Zomba, Blantyre, Chiradzulu, Thyolo, Mulanje, Balaka, Machinga, Mangochi, Ntcheu, Salima, Rumphi and Karonga.

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  • CDA Interview with Capital FM Radio

    American Embassy Charge d’ Affaires Michael Gonzales had an exclusive interview with Capital FM Radio Station on "Cash gate" and Matindi FM on Minority Rights....    »

  • Global Health Campaign

    Seeking change makers from all sectors. Excellent paid positions are available in high-impact NGOs and government organizations. Global Health Corps pairs talented young professionals with healthcare organizations that require new thinking and innovative solutions, apply  

  • U.S. Embassy Empoowers Youth Clubs Through Chrome Books

    U.S. Embassy embarked on a project aimed at empowering youth clubs with ICT technology. The Embassy has so far disbursed 20 Chromebooks to 20 Youth Clubs across the country.  

  • Camp Glow-Shine Girls Shine

    "Shine girl, shine!" was one of the many motivational chants that could be heard echoing throughout the campus of Malawi Assemblies of God University. Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World) is a United States Peace Corps initiative,