Thinking Big: Investing in farming through the Social Cash Transfer Programme
Signs of poverty are very visible in Daniel Kagwanji’s household. Daniel and his wife sleep in a make-shift, grass-thatched shelter. His children sleep in a small house that he built some years ago. Food insecurity is also visible in the house and it was therefore no surprise that our conversation was interrupted many times because he had to keep reminding one of his nine children to chase the goats away from the only maize that they were drying.
Countess of Wessex visits UNICEF project in Malawi
The Countess of Wessex GCVO Sophie Helen Rhys-Jones visited the Lilongwe Police Victim Support Unit – a model Police victim support unit where UNICEF with support from UK Aid has been implementing a child protection programme aimed at reducing violence against vulnerable people specifically women and children and increasing access to quality justice services.
What we do
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.