Delegation to the Republic of Malawi
05/08/2016 - Farmers Benefit from EU Forestry Grants
Malawi is experiencing extreme pressure on its natural resources, mainly due to high population density, deforestation and land degradation. The country evidently prone to climate-induced disasters that have direct and negative impact on food production and health, resulting in poverty.
With the anticipated increase in crop production, farmers livelihood's is expected to improve
Forty years ago the EU made a commitment to Malawi to help in reducing poverty and support sustainable development. Since that time we have seen Malawi changing. It has established a multiparty democracy and sustained peace both internally and with its neighbours. It has made progress in a number of areas of human development. The EU has been a partner on your way to progress.
Working together in Malawi
25 communities in 3 districts in Malawi are empowered to move out of food insecurity through increasing capacity and knowledge on improved agricultural practices, enhanced irrigation, fish farming and cash access through saving schemes.
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- 17/08/16 - Statement by the EU Delegation and the Embassies of EU Member States in Kyiv on the launch of an e-declaration system without certification in Ukraine
- 08/08/16 - Declaration by the HRVP Federica Mogherini, on behalf of the EU on the occasion of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, 9 August 2016
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