Malawi: Resources

  1. « 100 YEARS – 100 LIVES » | MALAWI – “The ILO project will contribute to the elimination of child labour in Malawi’s tea and coffee supply chains”

    16 July 2019

    Malawi is one of the six countries covered by a new ILO project to accelerate the elimination of child labour in African supply chains. It is likely to have a major impact on thousands of children’s lives throughout the country.

  2. SKILL-UP Malawi

    17 May 2019

  3. ACCEL Africa Project in Malawi

    10 May 2019

  4. Malawi Social Protection Platform Communique - 2018 Social Protection Week

    19 June 2018

    The Malawi Platform for Social Protection is a network of organizations and individuals operating at national and district levels aimed at strengthening commitment to promoting and strengthening the social contract between the state and the citizens. The Platform promotes active engagement of civil society in the shaping of social protection policies, programmes, and practices in Malawi. In the occasion of the 2018 Malawi Social Protection Week the Malawi Social Protection Platform has issued this communique regarding Civil Society engagement in the implementation of the Malawi National Social Support Programme (MNSSP II) which will be launched during the week.

  5. ILO Malawi Newsletter

    01 June 2018

    First issue: 2018

  6. Institutional Coordination of Social Protection in Malawi: An Analysis of Coordination Structures and Options - Full Report

    15 May 2018

    Despite efforts to create a harmonised and coordinated approach to social protection, challenges remain with regards to the integration of the various social protection programmes, which continue to operate in relative isolation both at the national and district levels. In in the context of the 2016–2017 review of the Malawi National Social Support Programme (MNSSP), this study was commissioned to examine current institutional coordination issues within Malawi’s social protection sector, identify the factors behind the persistent fragmentation of the MNSSP, and to present options for improving institutional coordination and coherence within the MNSSP II, the successor programme to the MNSSP, both at national and at decentralized levels of implementation

  7. Institutional Coordination of Social Protection in Malawi: An Analysis of Coordination Structures and Options - Executive Summary

    15 May 2018

    Despite efforts to create a harmonised and coordinated approach to social protection, challenges remain with regards to the integration of the various social protection programmes, which continue to operate in relative isolation both at the national and district levels. In in the context of the 2016–2017 review of the Malawi National Social Support Programme (MNSSP), this study was commissioned to examine current institutional coordination issues within Malawi’s social protection sector, identify the factors behind the persistent fragmentation of the MNSSP, and to present options for improving institutional coordination and coherence within the MNSSP II, the successor programme to the MNSSP, both at national and at decentralized levels of implementation

  8. Policy brief - Local Economy Impacts and Cost-benefit Analysis of Social Protection and Agricultural Interventions in Malawi

    15 May 2018

    Using rural economy-wide impact simulation methods and cost-benefit analysis, this study examines the impacts of individual and combined social protection and agricultural interventions in Malawi on incomes, poverty and production. The goal of this analysis is to provide evidence on policy options to increase coordination and coherence between social protection and agricultural programmes, with the objective of reducing poverty, increasing incomes and enhancing agricultural production and productivity

  9. Local Economy Impacts and Cost-benefit Analysis of Social Protection and Agricultural Interventions in Malawi

    15 May 2018

    Using rural economy-wide impact simulation methods and cost-benefit analysis, this study examines the impacts of individual and combined social protection and agricultural interventions in Malawi on incomes, poverty and production. The goal of this analysis is to provide evidence on policy options to increase coordination and coherence between social protection and agricultural programmes, with the objective of reducing poverty, increasing incomes and enhancing agricultural production and productivity

  10. Dialogue on Employment Promotion in Malawi

    26 April 2018

    NELP