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.
Mzuzu Library Donation arrives17 May 2016
The University of Strathclyde's container of books, furniture and equipment has arrived at Mzuzu University, establishing an interim library after the university library was destroyed by fire last December.
2016 Manifesto analysis21 Apr 2016
In January 2016, together with the Network of International Organisations in Scotland (NIDOS) and the Scottish Fair Trade Forum, we submitted six manifesto asks to the five political parties currently represented in the Scottish Parliament. We look to publically share with our members relevant information from each of the manifestos of these five political parties in advance of the May 2016 Holyrood election.
SMP Roadtrip 201620 Apr 2016
We're touring the country hoping to meet as many members as possible to ask what YOU want US to do for the next three years.
Brewgooder: Scotland-Malawi Brewdog Craft Beer!20 Apr 2016
Congratulations to Brewgooder, our newest SMP member, on breaking their £50,000 crowdsource target to create the world's first craft beer funding clean water projects.
Malawi Cabinet Reshuffle13 Apr 2016
Change of British High Commissioner to Malawi13 Apr 2016
The FCO have announced that the British High Commissioner to Malawi, Mr Michael Nevin, will be leaving this post in September 2016, transferring to become the High Commissioner to the Republic of Iceland.
Scotland Street Coffee to Support Malawian Smallholders & Enable Education for Girls30 Mar 2016
In a collaboration between Scotland and Malawi, international best-selling author, Alexander McCall Smith, CBE is championing a new coffee, the sales of which will support small-holder farmers in Malawi and enable girls there to receive a secondary school education.
Scottish Government funds Development Education Centres23 Mar 2016
The Scottish Government has today announced £300,000 of funding for Scotland's six Development Education Centres to continue for another year, to March 2017. These six centres do a power of good supporting Scottish schools to teach topics around international development and good global citizenship.