application/pdfAFRICA’S CSOS CALL ON GLOBAL COMMUNITY TO ACT FAST AND MAKE After a devastating Cyclone Freddy which caused a lot of loss and damage in Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar, and others, Civil Society from across hosted a Regional Conference on loss and damage which aimed at consolidating a common understanding of the extent of loss and damages, and strengthening the African Civil Society position on climate finance, especially for Loss and Damage21/04/2023108KB
application/pdfMalawi Cyclone Freddy Situation Report 8The situation report highlights the damage caused by Cyclone Freddy across various sectors in the Southern parts of Malawi. Save the Children is among the organizations providing assistance to children and families that were affected by the disaster. The report also showcases humanitarian work that Save the Children is carrying out. 10/05/20233MB
application/pdfMalawi Country Office Monthly Spotlight Publication, REDThe Malawi Country Office Monthly Spotlight Publication for the month of May presents stories of change within the Resilience for Economic Development Gains (RED) project spanning across Youth Skills Development, Climate Smart Agriculture Technologies and Promotion of Value Chain Crops among others.09/06/20234MB
application/pdfPRESS RELEASE: JOFA Project LaunchAn exceptional milestone has been reached in Malawi as Save the Children Malawi and Plan International Malawi, in partnership with World Vision Germany through the Global Joining Forces Alliance, have secured funding from the European Union to implement a project entitled: "Joining Forces for Africa: Acting to End Child Labor" (JOFA-ACTE). This is a multi-county project, which will be implemented in four countries namely: Burkina Faso, Madagascar, Mali, over a period of three years (2023-2025). 30/08/2023274KB
application/pdfINGO Consortium Resilience Study Report_2018_Final.pdfIn response to the food insecurity challenge in Malawi in 2016/17, Save the Children led a consortium of International NGOs (INGOs) Concern World Wide, Oxfam UK, and United Purpose in implementing an Emergency Cash Transfer Programme following the El Niño induced drought. This action was funded by DFID. The intervention package also included additional asset and resilience building activities for a sub-set of the beneficiaries. The aim of the resilience activities was to improve household productive capacity, reduce negative coping strategies and increase the household asset base. The INGO consortium commissioned this Operational Research (OR) Study to assess and determine the effectiveness and benefits of providing resilience building activities alongside the regular response.04/10/20233MB
application/pdfSCI_Malawi_Country_Office_ 2022_Anticipatory_BriefWe take pride in our capacity and proven record of accomplishment for early action in times of crisis. In the face of the 2021/22 dry spells, when communities were grappling with the threat of food scarcity, Save the Children demonstrated its effectiveness by reaching out to over 3,000 individuals with a critical cash transfer component. This proactive approach enabled households to procure maize at a time when prices were more affordable, ultimately sparing them from the financial strain of inflated costs. 04/10/202311MB
application/pdfSummary-Global_Girlhood_Report_2023The Global Girlhood Report 2023: Girls at the centre of the storm - Her planet, her future, her solutions, shows how climate disasters lead to increased numbers of child marriages and underlines that girls' rights and gender equality lay at the heart of impactful climate action12/10/20235MB
application/pdfSpotlight on Our Localisation DriveSave the Children in Malawi has been piloting a localization project from 2021 - 2023, working with local NGOs, children and District Councils. This publication highlights some of the impacts of the project.19/10/20236MB
application/pdfSpotlight on Save the Children Malawi Localisation Pilot ProSave the Children in Malawi, Piloted a Localization Project, working with local NGOs, children and District Councils. This publication highlights some of the impacts of the project.19/10/20236MB
application/pdfSpolighight_on_Shift_Campaign_in_MalawiShift is a Save the Children campaign accelerator designed to support young activists to design and deliver public campaigns for social or environmental change. In Malawi, since April 2022, the youth campaigners are taking lead in addressing critical issues such as waste management, school dropouts, and child marriages across three districts of Lilongwe, Ntcheu and Neno. This publication highlights their successes.07/02/20244MB
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