Media coverage

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

15 February 2022

Nicola Sturgeon boosts spending on global hubs ahead of independence referendum

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15 February 2022

Campaign for climate justice continues with Fairtrade Fortnight 2022

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15 February 2022

The funeral of Professor Paul Michael Bishop

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15 February 2022

Green projects we support to fight climate change

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14 February 2022

Covid Scotland: Why it's time to start living our lives again instead of existing in fear – Susan Dalgety

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13 February 2022

Dundee initiative aims to harness entrepreneurial potential of 'hard-to-reach' women

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11 February 2022

Galloway People featuring Jim Figgis on becoming a preacher at home and abroad

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10 February 2022

Aspiring Women: Fatima’s mission to empower Dundee’s disadvantaged and inspire female-led business

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10 February 2022

Supporting access to COVID-19 vaccines in Malawi, Rwanda and Zambia

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10 February 2022

Coronavirus Scotland: £1.5m to boost Covid vaccine access in three African countries

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10 February 2022

Coronavirus Scotland: £1.5m to boost Covid vaccine access in three African countries

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9 February 2022

Giddes Chalamanda: TikTok fame wins 92-year-old Malawi musician birthday party with president

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4 February 2022

Scottish independence-obsessed Nicola Sturgeon and immature buffoon Boris Johnson are leading this country towards certain disaster – Susan Dalgety

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3 February 2022

Chewing gum while pregnant linked to fewer premature births in Malawi

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31 January 2022

Association of Malawians in Scotland Fundraising for School Going Children Affected by Cyclone Ana

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31 January 2022

Partner churches ask for our prayers amid Cyclone Ana devastation

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30 January 2022

Storm Ana: Deadly Africa storm shows climate crisis reality - UN

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29 January 2022

Storm Ana kills dozens in Malawi, Madagascar and Mozambique

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