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    Obama: Ebola Threat to ‘Regional, Global Security’

    Continuing his administration’s efforts to combat the outbreak of Ebola in Africa, U.S. President Obama warned a summit of world leaders in New York that the disease is becoming “a growing threat to regional and global security.”

  • U.S. President Obama

    Remarks by President Obama at UNGA

    Mr. President, Mr. Secretary General, fellow delegates, ladies and gentlemen: We come together at a crossroads between war and peace; between disorder and integration; between fear and hope.

  • Piggery Project

    U.S. Embassy Hands-Over Piggery Project

    U.S. Embassy representative Joshua George inaugurated the Kalonga Kasukunya Piggery Project in Dowa on Friday, August 8, 2014.

  • Mbaulas

    Cook With Less Fuel, Produce Less Smoke

    Community members are increasing their income while helping to reduce deforestation rates along the Kuti Reserve. Adoption of the energy efficient stoves is growing in surrounding communities as people learn a method of cooking that requires less fuel and produces less smoke than traditional methods.

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Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell, President Obama, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Thomas Frieden and National Security Advisor Susan Rice brief reporters September 16 at CDC headquarters in Atlanta.



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    White House Fact Sheet

    The United States remains committed to assist African countries fight the epidemic of Ebola Viral Disease. The attached September 16th White House Fact Sheet announces a major increase in on the ground support to our colleagues in West Africa to fight the epidemic.

News

  • State's Pittman: Why the United Nations Matters More than Ever

    September 22 marks the opening of sixty-ninth United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) High-Level Week in New York. World leaders and representatives from 194 countries will come together to work on an agenda packed with burning issues: foreign terrorist fighters, Ebola, climate change, and much more.

  • The Promise of Africa and the Global Internet

    A topic repeatedly raised during the historic U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit held in Washington, D.C., is the transformational role communications technologies will play in advancing a prosperous and peaceful world.

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  • Honours YALI Fellows

    Malawi’s returned Mandela Fellows—along with 9 alumni of previous Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) programs—took center stage at the U.S. Embassy’s Independence Day Celebration held on September 4.  

  • U.S.Embassy Supports Community Based Solutions

    Nine organizations received U.S. Ambassador’s Self-Help grants on August 20. Addressing the grantees, the Chargé d’Affaires Michael Gonzales said, “We are happy to see your commitment to uplifting living standards in your communities.  

  • U.S. Embassy Commemorates International Youth Day

    On 12th August, the U.S. Embassy participated in the International Youth Day Commemoration. Centering on the theme of "Youth and Mental Health", the event brought together 50 youths from Lilongwe  

  • CDC Malawi Supporting the Ministry of Health on Ebola

    CDC Malawi staff, in partnership with the World Health Organization and Médecins Sans Frontières,are assisting the Ministry of Health to prepare for and respond to Ebola Virus Disease from West Africa    »