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Development Partners

UNICEF partners with multilateral and bilateral donors in Malawi in line with the principles of harmonization outlined in the Paris Declaration on Aid effectiveness. In the area of Health and Nutrition, UNICEF works closely with key bi-lateral and multi-lateral partners such as DFID, USAID, Norwegian Agency for Development Aid, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), GTZ, JICA, the Global Alliance for Vaccine Initiative (GAVI), the World Bank, the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the African Development Bank, the European Union, the Centres for Disease Control and the Clinton Foundation. UNICEF’s role is to leverage resources, scale up good practice models, and share information and lessons learned. The Health SWAp provides the basis for coordinated technical assistance to the Ministry of Health.

In Water Sanitation and Hygiene, UNICEF works in partnership with CIDA, DFID, ADB, the European Union and the World Bank. UNICEF is supporting ongoing efforts to establish a SWAp for the sector.  

In the area of Basic Education, UNICEF works within the SWAp framework with CIDA, DFID, GTZ, JICA, and the World Bank to leverage resources, scale up good practice models, and share information and lessons learned. The education sector SWAp provides the basis for coordinated technical assistance to the Ministry of Education.

In the area of Orphans, Vulnerable Children and Child Protection, UNICEF works closely with key bi-lateral and multi-lateral partners to scale up good practice models and sharing of information and lessons learned. These include HIV and AIDS pool funders like DFID, NORAD, CIDA, the World Bank and the Global Fund. UNICEF also works with the United States Government on child trafficking.

 

 
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