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Member spotlight: Glasgow University’s Female Engineers in Malawi

29 Jan 2020

The Scotland Malawi Partnership welcomes FemEng to their membership, and had the pleasure to interview Kirsty Carlyle, Founder and Project Manager of the FemEng in Malawi Project.

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Malawi Food Insecurity Analysis Report Released

26 Jan 2020

The new report from the IPC predicts nearly 1.9 million people in Malawi will be food insecure between November 2019 to March 2020.

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Celebrate your partnerships for International Education Day!

21 Jan 2020

International Education Day is on Friday 24th of January, so celebrate by nominating your school for an award or joining Connecting Classrooms

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Scottish Water launches the Munro Challenge to support Water Aid Scotland in Malawi

13 Jan 2020

Scottish Water and Water Aid Scotland launch the 25th Munro Challenge: an attempt to climb all of Scotland’s Munros on 6 June 2020 in support of Malawian communities.

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SMP launches updated Westminster Constituency Mapping Report

9 Jan 2020

The SMP is delighted to launch a fully updated January 2020 version of its Westminster Constituency Mapping Report.

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Orbis Launch Women’s Leadership Challenge

6 Jan 2020

SMP travel partner, Orbis Expeditions launch the Women’s Leadership Challenge – an opportunity to share business skills, push yourself physically and challenge yourself mentally.

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Malawi’s first home trained vets graduate

13 Dec 2019

On 12th December 2019, Malawi’s first, fully home-trained vets graduated from Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR).

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Wrapping up our week with William Kamkwamba

9 Dec 2019

From the 2nd – 7th December, The Scotland Malawi Partnership were honored to host leading Malawian innovator and ‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind’, William Kamkwamba.

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