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Republic of Malawi

Republic of Malawi

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Editorials

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Malawi Land Reform and Rural Transformation Overview
The land issue has taken primacy in Malawi’s economic growth and development strategy. The country’s economy is largely dependent on agriculture . Hence recent government ...
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Impact of Political Uncertainty on Malawian Growth
This September 2017 PESA Editorial focuses on political uncertainty and its impact on economic growth in Malawi. The issue looks at: what is the current ...
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PESA Editorial - Malawi - 1Q2017/18
Malawi’s economy has been affected by drought and floods for the past two years. Because of its narrow export base, specialized agriculture based economy and ...
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A “round up” on the ending financial previous year
As a relatively under-developed economy or low income country as classified by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Malawi has faced its fair share of developmental ...
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Media

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PESA Power987 Interview
Interview about the regional impact of Cyclone Idai on the SADC region and the response. The discussion reviews the state of disaster risk-management in the ...
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Malawi Geographic Location
Geographic Location

Malawi is a landlocked country in southeastern Africa. It is wholly within the tropics and occupies a thin strip of land between Zambia and Mozambique protruding southwards into Mozambique along the valley of the Shire River. In the north and north east it also shares a border with Tanzania. Malawi is connected by rail to the Mozambican ports of Nacala and Beira.

Malawian Cities
Malawian Cities
Malawian Coat Arms
Coat of Arms

The Malawian coat of arms is based on the earlier heraldic arms of Nyasaland. It is supported by a lion and a leopard, above a scroll reading “Unity and Freedom”.

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