Areas of partnership
Links benefitting both Scotland and Malawi come in all shapes and sizes.
There are currently 17 key areas of partnership which our members are actively involved with in Malawi, stretching from Karonga in the North, to Nsanje in the South. Each area of partnership is unique, with members working together and learning from each other.
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Promoting Malawi's heritage and national identity
The Malawian Diaspora community in Scotland
Environment and energy
Developing stronger community-based approaches to environmental sustainability.
Around the world, faith groups are recognised as key factors in development
Further and higher education
These partnerships share values of cooperation, mutual respect and collaboration.
Gender equality is integral to all development efforts
If you're interested in Malawi and not one specific area
Good governance is pivotal for the strengthening of an economy, the empowerment of citizens and the accountability of government.
Focusing on our nations’ most prevalent health issues.
Local authorities around the world understand there are considerable benefits to be gained from participating in international partnerships.
Primary and secondary education
‘Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world’ – Nelson Mandela
Sport has the power to bring people of all ages, genders, and nationalities together; working side by side to achieve their goals.
Sustainable economic development
Supporting the development of the Malawian economy.
Tourism offers Malawi a key tool in sustainable development of the local economy in Malawi.
Trade, agriculture and food security
Like many countries in sub-Saharan Africa agriculture is a critical sector for the Malawian economy.
Access to safe, clean and sustainable water supplies is essential for life.
Youth partnerships embody the two ethos of the SMP: people-to-people links and partnerships.