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.
Doonfoot Primary School welcome Malawian visitors to Ayr24 Oct 2018
Doonfoot Primary School welcomed some Malawian friends from Bandawe to their school last week.
School pupils celebrate longstanding partnership dating back to Dr David Livingstone with ‘Malawi Day’19 Oct 2018
Penicuik High School was transformed for the day as the entire school celebrated ‘Malawi Day’.
‘We are the future’: Young people discuss partnerships between Scotland and Malawi19 Oct 2018
Young people were at the heart of discussions about the longstanding relationships between Scotland and Malawi as over 500 people joined at events in both countries.
Scotland-Malawi chitenje cloth launches to celebrate partnership19 Oct 2018
The Scotland-Malawi chitenje cloth was officially launched in Glasgow on 6th October.
WIN: Fantastic Malawi prizes up for grabs at our AGM2 Oct 2018
We're delighted to have such fantastic support from the tourism industry in Malawi and we continue to promote the industry in our aim to show what an incredible tourist destination Malawi is.
In the news: Government of Malawi makes announcement on school fees28 Sep 2018
The Government of Malawi has made an announcement in regards to secondary schools fees.
New book launches at major Malawi conference28 Sep 2018
A new book called Friendship with a Purpose by Kenneth R Ross launches at the Malawi and Scotland: Together for Sustainable Development conference in Lilongwe.
Ben Macpherson to visit Malawi to see impact of our two nations’ partnerships24 Sep 2018
The International Development Minister will attend a major conference that will celebrate the friendship between Scotland and Malawi and discuss the next chapter in the bilateral relationship.