Call for Video Submissions23 Aug 2019
The Scotland Malawi Partnership is delighted to invite anyone with an opinion to share their reflections on the legacy of Dr David Livingstone as seen today in Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana. The call is open to all who wish to express their views be they personal opinions or expert perspectives. We welcome positive, negative and neutral observations in either English or other languages. We would like to hear from people from all walks of life, diverse backgrounds and different age groups.
SCIAF-run Climate Challenge Programme Malawi enters its second year21 Aug 2019
The three year, £3.2 million Scottish Government funded Climate Challenge Programme Malawi (CCPM) initiative supports rural communities in southern Malawi.
Prestigious scholarship funding opportunity open for applicants13 Aug 2019
Chevening Scholarships enable outstanding emerging leaders from all over the world to pursue one-year master’s degrees in the UK.
Malawi's first home trained vets to visit Scotland12 Aug 2019
This September, the first Malawian veterinary students to graduate from the new Veterinary School in Malawi are coming to Scotland.
Malawi Scotland Partnership Annual General Meeting postponed19 Jul 2019
Due to plans for further demonstrations over the disputed Presidential election and possible disruption to travel, the Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP) board has regretfully decided to postpone next week’s Annual General Meeting. A new date will be announce as soon as possible.
Introducing Lucy and Kenneth - our Member Awards 2019 member support team18 Jul 2019
Volunteers Lucy McIntosh and Kenneth Undi have joined us as volunteers to support us in organising this year's Member Awards 2019.
Launch of Westminster report on visa problems for visitors from Africa16 Jul 2019
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Africa together with the APPG for Malawi and the APPG for Diaspora, Development and Migration have published a joint report 'Visa Problems for African Visitors to the UK'.
MPs back DFID, 0.7% for overseas aid and the SMP4 Jul 2019
In a recent Westminster debate, strong cross-party support for the UK’s international development contribution and the work of DFID was voiced. There was also support from MPs and Government for the commitment to maintain not less than 0.7% of Gross National Income on overseas development, a pledge which is set in statute.