As Malawi suffers its second Covid wave, far worse than its first, there is a critical shortage of oxygen to treat those in hospital. The Scotland Malawi Partnership (SMP) has established an urgent, time-limited appeal through which people can donate to support oxygen supply in Malawi.Support here
Worsening Covid crisis in Malawi: We invite SMP and MaSP members, key stakeholders and partners in Malawi to join our 13th Scotland-Malawi Covid-19 Coordination meeting.Read More/ Book Here
The 2021 Scotland Malawi Partnership Digital Youth Festival is a week of engaging online events and activities, designed by young people, to inspire and support more young people in Scotland and Malawi to engage in our historic partnership.Learn more here
We want to amplify Malawi’s voice and visibility at COP26 and, in so doing, raise awareness of Scotland’s links with Malawi, support our Members’ work, and support climate justice in Malawi.Read More Here
Today, more than 109,000 Scots and 208,000 Malawians are actively involved in community-led partnerships between our two nations.
46% of Scots -almost half the country- can name a friend or family member with a connection to Malawi, making this one of the world's strongest north-south people-to-people links.
The Scotland Malawi Partnership is grateful for the support of all 59 Scottish MPs and all 129 MSPs, across all five parties, with our members active in every Scottish Constituency
First Minister and Leader of the Scottish National Party
Acting Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party
Leader of the Scottish Labour Party
Leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrat Party
Co-convenor of the Scottish Green Party