Media coverage

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

1 March 2024

Letter of Support

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29 February 2024

Scots friends take on daring fire walk to raise vital funds towards African charity

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27 February 2024

How Scotland is working with African countries on a massive renewable energy boom – Dr Richard Dixon

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25 February 2024

Coffee supply chain stakeholders unite to forge a sustainable future for the eradication of child labour in Malawi’s coffee supply chain

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25 February 2024

Recognition for Borders organisation aiding African village

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24 February 2024

HRDC says allocation for maize purchase is small

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24 February 2024

Transforming Malawi: A Leap Towards Economic Prosperity Through Special Economic Zones

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24 February 2024

£500,000 aid for Malawi

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22 February 2024

Cyber-attack hits Malawi's immigration service

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22 February 2024

The unsung budget safari destination that’s getting easier to reach

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21 February 2024

Malawi Millennium Project LUV+: Leprosy at Utale village

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21 February 2024

Government says it is in process of looking for new passport supplier

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21 February 2024

Three Chinese nationals jailed over fraudulent marriages with Malawian women

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20 February 2024

Kamuzu University of Health Sciences Reports Findings in Health and Medicine (Uptake of health insurance in Malawi in 2019-2020: evidence from the multiple indicator cluster survey): Health and Medicine

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20 February 2024

Government says it has reached out to 4.3 million hungry households so far with food

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19 February 2024

International development - inclusive education programme: call for proposals

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17 February 2024

Malaria: While you were reading this column, four children died from a single mosquito bite - Susan Dalgety

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16 February 2024

Africa Matters: Malawi refugees face hunger after funding cuts

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