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  • US Ambassador Virginia Palmer presenting her papers of credence.

    U.S. Ambassador Presents Her Letters of Credence

    U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer presented her letters of credence to the President of Malawi Professor Peter Mutharika, at Kamuzu Palace, on February 27 in Lilongwe.

  • USAID Malawi Country Director Doug Arbuckle and US Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer welcoming relief items at Kamuzu International Airport Friday

    U.S. Donates $6.9m for Flood Relief in Malawi

    On Friday, U.S. Ambassador Virginia E. Palmer and USAID/Malawi Mission Director Doug Arbuckle welcomed a delivery of US $100,000 worth of disaster relief commodities for Malawians affected by the floods.

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  • Rachel Chikwakwa, left, and Verecia Malikinzi hold their newborns, Ospicious and Rabecca, after safe hospital deliveries.
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    Malawian Village Takes Action to Save Mothers' Lives

    Feb. 2015—For women in the southern region of Malawi, access to skilled birth attendants is exceptionally difficult.

  • Ambassador Virginia Evelyn Palmer

    Virginia Palmer 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

    Bitly.com/malawifloods

    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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