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U-Reporters say no to child marriage

UNICEF Malawi/2018/Eldson Chagara;

   

   

  
According to the latest U-Report opinion poll on child marriage, more than four in five respondents believe children should not be allowed to marry before the age of 18. There are now over 76,000 U-Reporters in Malawi. Join them by texting JOIN to 1177.

Removing barriers to girls' education

 UNICEF Malawi/2017/Phwitiko

In partnership with UNICEF, UNFPA and WFP, the Norwegian Government is working to prevent girls from dropping out of school in Mangochi. Norway’s support also enables WFP to provide meals to all students in 81 primary schools, as well as take-home rations for the most vulnerable children: girls from standard 5 to 8 and orphaned boys.

What we do

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. 

Programme areas

Survival

  

Development

  

Protection

  

Participation

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