New Book: 'Politics, Christianity and Society in Malawi: Essays in Honour of John McCracken'17 Apr 2020
The SMP is delighted to help launch an excellent a new book, and an exciting addition to anyone's Malawi library. Politics, Christianity and Society in Malawi: Essays in Honour of John McCracken is edited by former SMP Chair, Kenneth R. Ross, and Wapulumuka O. Mulwafu, and is published by Mzuni Press.
On the ground in Malawi by Mick James6 Apr 2020
A perspective piece from Mick James, Treasurer of Fighting Poverty in Zambia, who returned from Malawi on March 20th.
President Murathika announces 3 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Malawi2 Apr 2020
The President of Malawi has this afternoon (2nd April) announced three confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Malawi in a special address to the nation.
Give us your feedback and get a FREE bag of Mzuzu coffee26 Mar 2020
Give us your feedback for the chance to win a bag of Mzuzu coffee. We would be grateful if members could take a few minutes to complete our annual online Member Needs and Impact Survey
Covid-19 - The mood in Malawi - an update from Vera, CEO of MasP26 Mar 2020
An update on COVID-19 and Malawi from Vera, CEO of our sister organisation MaSP.
The SMP Schools Program and school closures in Scotland19 Mar 2020
With schools and nurseries (link to SG website) set to close the by the end of the week, the SMP is committed to continue to support your school's link to Malawi and young people's interest in the partnership between the two countries.
EMMS International Chifundo project success16 Mar 2020
Edinburgh-based charity, EMMS International , is tackling pain and hunger in Malawi. Our Chifundo project, meaning “compassion”, has already helped 6,618 people in Malawi to access pain relief, quality care and food support. Over and above this, 26,472 family members have also benefitted from these essential services.
Coronavirus: UK Government advises against all but essential travel to Malawi16 Mar 2020
On the 15th March the UK Government’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) started advising against all but essential travel to Malawi. This is due to quarantine measures. Malawi is, understandably, establishing for those visiting from 17 countries affected by COVID-19.