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Schools' Forums kick off new school year

9 Sep 2019

The SMP kicked off the new school year with not one but two Schools’ Forums held at Knightswood Secondary School in Glasgow and the City Chambers in Edinburgh!

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Member Awards 2019 a memorable occasion

6 Sep 2019

Our fourth Member Awards event at Edinburgh City Chambers in the presence of HRH The Princess Royal has been hailed as a great success.

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Scottish Government to review International Development Small Grants

30 Aug 2019

The Scottish Government is keen to share with Members of the SMP and the Alliance, its intention for there to be a review of the International Small Grants Programme.

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Malawian trade unionists to visit Scotland on disability inclusion research trip

29 Aug 2019

All SMP members with an interest in disability inclusion in the workplace are invited to attend a workshop with visiting Malawian trade unionists in September.

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Members invited to stand for election as board director

23 Aug 2019

The SMP Board of Directors has a number of vacancies that need to be filled.

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Historic milestone for dental healthcare in Malawi

23 Aug 2019

The first cohort of dental students to attend the new Bachelor of Dental Studies course at University of Malawi College of Medicine in Blantyre have been inducted.

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Call for Video Submissions

23 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.

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SCIAF-run Climate Challenge Programme Malawi enters its second year

21 Aug 2019

The three year, £3.2 million Scottish Government funded Climate Challenge Programme Malawi (CCPM) initiative supports rural communities in southern Malawi.

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