Media coverage

We share here each of the news articles we know of which feature the Scotland-Malawi relationship in some way.

19 October 2021

Malawi: UK Emergency Medical Team Provides Covid-19 Support and Capacitates Health Workers

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19 October 2021

Chakwera in Kenya for state visit

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18 October 2021

Timothy Chiwaula: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland appeal to public after acting student goes missing

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16 October 2021

Malawi- Pushes for Funds for LDCs to Avert Climate Change

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12 October 2021

COP26 protest: Artworks 'destroyed' to highlight climate change impact on people's lives

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12 October 2021

Portraits covered in black paint unveiled at Kelvingrove in protest art display ahead of COP26

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12 October 2021

COP26: Time to walk the walk

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11 October 2021

Plea for families to host COP26 visitors amid accommodation shortage

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10 October 2021

COP26: Scots urged to open up their homes to attendees

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8 October 2021

UK travel red list cut to just seven countries

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7 October 2021

Reality TV star gets cooking from the heart for Scottish charity

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6 October 2021

Falkirk mum and son's Kiltwalk efforts raise money to educate Malawian schoolgirlsf

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5 October 2021

Nairn strongman, The Malawian Monster, still aiming for the top after narrowly missing out on Scotland's Strongest Man title

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5 October 2021

Black History Month 2021: All the Black History Month events taking place in Edinburgh this October

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5 October 2021

Climate change was caused by the developed world. Now we must face the grief of parents like Joshua and fix what we have broken – Frances Guy

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4 October 2021

Over 400 cyclists join legend Mark for popular sportive through Highland Perthshire

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1 October 2021

Overwhelming response to Mary's Meals appeal in memory of Kingussie man

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1 October 2021

World leaders coming to COP26 must step up efforts, Environment Minister says

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