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Almost three million people are predicted to face acute food shortages in Malawi in the coming months, with potentially devastating effects for vulnerable communities.
Emergency assistance is going to deluged communities in Malawi, in the aftermath of the worst floods the country has seen in two decades.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged all parties to continue to call for calm among their supporters and to work together to consolidate democracy following the general election in Malawi.
A young fundraiser has celebrated turning 13 by visiting the African school he has supported by refusing birthday presents since he was six years old.
The Scottish Government has announced at least £1.2 million to kick start vital projects next year that will help communities in Malawi out of poverty.
A multi-agency conference in Malawi has called for transparency of information and better coordination in the field of HIV and AIDS action.
Malawi President Bingu wa Mutharika has rejected calls from faith groups to resign following a political and economic crisis that has rocked the nation.
Two church bodies have written to the UK government, asking for assurances that funding for Malawi will still reach the most vulnerable, following cuts.
The Malawi Council of Churches is seeking to mediate a political dispute between President Bingu wa Mutharika and Vice President Joyce Banda
Presbyterians in Malawi have criticised the country's Roman Catholic bishops for issuing a pastoral statement critical of the government.
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