We hold regular networking and information events aimed at promoting the relationship between Scotland and Malawi.
We are happy to promote other events and share positive news about Scotland's link with Malawi. We also regularly update this page with recent funding news.
If you have an interest in Malawi and want to meet others who do too you are most welcome to attend any of our events below.
Scottish Government publishes UN Sustainable Development Goal report:4 Aug 2020
SMP vacancy: Youth and Schools Officer30 Jul 2020
We're recruiting! Join our team as a Youth and Schools Officer
Malawi Presidential election: a victory for good governance, the constitution and the rule of law29 Jun 2020
The Scotland Malawi Partnership congratulates Dr Lazarus Chakwera on his victory in the re-run Presidential election, and welcomes his commitment to democracy, justice and inclusivity.
SMP opposes merging of DFID and FCO16 Jun 2020
We are sorely disappointed the UK Government is merging DFID and the FCO. Both are outstanding departments but we believe they must remain independent to remain effective and relevant. This will undermine the UK's international development work and #GlobalBritain.
Black Lives Matter: Scotland, Malawi and the fight against racism11 Jun 2020
The SMP's statement on Black Lives Matter
Covid-19 member-to-member communications platform launched3 Jun 2020
The SMP Youth Committee is recruiting!28 May 2020
Find out how to apply to be a member on the Youth Committee and hear from one of Committee members on why they think you should be involved.
New Book: 'Politics, Christianity and Society in Malawi: Essays in Honour of John McCracken'17 Apr 2020
The SMP is delighted to help launch an excellent a new book, and an exciting addition to anyone's Malawi library. Politics, Christianity and Society in Malawi: Essays in Honour of John McCracken is edited by former SMP Chair, Kenneth R. Ross, and Wapulumuka O. Mulwafu, and is published by Mzuni Press.