Delegation to the Republic of Malawi
Forty years ago the EU made a commitment to Malawi to help in reducing poverty and support sustainable development. Since that time we have seen Malawi changing. It has established a multiparty democracy and sustained peace both internally and with its neighbours. It has made progress in a number of areas of human development. The EU has been a partner on your way to progress.
22/03/2016 - Concern Universal Launches an EU funded Enhancing Forests for Sustainable Livelihoods Project
The EFSL project will aims to improve the livelihoods of forest dependent communities through participatory management of forests and commercialisation of forest products in 6 districts of Malawi.
18/03/2016 - 2 NGOs receive €2.95M from EU-ECHO to address food insecurity in the areas affected by el Niño
An estimated 2.8 million people are food insecure in Malawi for the lean season (October 2015 to March 2016, now extended to April), the worst since 2004. This level of population at risk of food insecurity has increased from 1.3 million (2014) and 1.9 million (2013).
Working together in Malawi
The main goal of the EU-funded project is to improve the livelihoods of rural communities through conservation and sustainable use of Malawi's forest resources.
- 01/07/16 - Factsheet: EU-Georgia relations
- 01/07/16 - Factsheet: EU-Republic of Moldova relations
- 30/06/16 - Accession conference with Montenegro: Talks opened on chapters 12 and 13
- 30/06/16 - Torture goods: Council confirms agreement with EP