UNICEF Malawi/2015

Social Cash Transfer Programme: To graduate or to be exited?
61.6 per cent of people in Malawi are living below the international poverty line of US $ 1.25 per day. The widespread poverty in the country is a major cause of vulnerability for children and women in Malawi. In order to empower households, the Malawi Social Cash Transfer Programme is currently covering 18 districts of Malawi. 

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UNICEF Malawi/2015/Chikondi

Roping in a fresh voice in fight for girl child rights
The movement to promote the rights of women and the girl child in Malawi received a big boost with the visit of Graça Machel, a renowned advocate for women and girl child rights, last month. Mrs Machel, who is also a patron of the Graça Machel Trust, held several meetings with civil society, communities, government and the UN in Malawi,

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UNICEF Malawi/2014

UNICEF has been operating in Malawi since 1987. The current UNICEF/ Government of Malawi Country Programme of Cooperation aims to support national efforts to progressively realise the rights of children and women through improved child survival, development, protection and participation.

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