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  • The Congresswomen pose with President Mutharika at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe

    U.S. Congresswomen Visit Malawi

    U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz together with several U.S Congresswomen were in Malawi recently. Rep. Schultz visited one of the U.S. Government's Feed the Future agriculture and nutrition activities in Nasala Village, Lilongwe.

  • Ambassador Virginia Palmer, with Minister of Environment Affairs Bright Msaka and Agriculture Minister Allan Chiyembekeza  touring one of the pavilions showcasing sweet potatoes Agriculture Minister at the launch

    U.S. Ambassador Launches New Projects

    U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer launched five new development assistance projects intended to advance health, food security, and climate change adaption and resiliency within Malawi.

  • A new volunteer being cogratulated by Ambassador Palmer

    New Peace Corps Volunteers Sworn-in

    Forty one new American Peace Corps volunteers will be working as health and environment volunteers throughout the country.

  • The YALI cadidates who will soon be leaving for the U.S.

    YALI Pre-departure Function

    The eight 2015 YALI Mandela Washington Fellows underwent pre-departure orientation on Thursday May 30, at the U.S Embassy. The orientation prepares them for their participation to the leadership institutes in the United States.

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  • United States calls for Calm and Restraint in Burundi

    The United States is deeply concerned by today’s developments in Burundi. We call on all parties to immediately end the violence, to exercise restraint, and above all to prioritize peace in Burundi. We support East African Community leaders’ call today for peaceful,

  • The United States PEPFAR Small Grants Program

    Background: The US PEPFAR Small Grants Program (PSGP) is a program funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). PEPFAR is the US government’s assistance program which is supporting the Malawi Government and the national response to combating HIV and AIDS.

News From Post

  • Second Ranking U.S. Diplomat for Africa Meets Young Malawians

    United States Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Ambassador Robert P. Jackson, met this morning with young Malawians who participated last summer in the Mandela Washington    »

  • U.S. Embassy Trains Government Spokespersons

    35 government of Malawi Spokespersons completed a three day training at the U.S Embassy. Among others the training aimed at equipping the spokespersons with skills to ensure that government communication is well coordinated, timely and accurate. 

  • Ambassador Palmer Hosts Lilongwe Alumni

    U.S Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer recently hosted Lilongwe based alumni of various U.S. Embassy exchange programs at her residence in Lilongwe.  

  • U.S. Embassy Hands-over Text Books in Zomba

    On behalf of the United States of America, Deputy Chief of Mission Michael Gonzales handed over the Sadzi Community Day Secondary School Books Project on Friday, March 13, in Traditional Authority Chikowi, Zomba District.