National policies and plans

Cover and title of publication
2021
This multi-hazard contingency plan was developed as a collaborative effort and consultative process under the guidance of the Department of Disaster Management Affairs.
Malawi - government
2020

In recent past years, Malawi has experienced severe disasters which have resulted in fiscal pressure and macroeconomic instability. It is in this context that this Disaster Risk Financing Strategy (DRFS) has been developed, which outlines strategic

Malawi - government
2020

Climate change has been recognized as one of the biggest challenges that humanity is facing today. It has serious worldwide implications for economic development, food security and poverty eradication for developing countries, especially for Least

Malawi - government
2018

The National Resilience Strategy (NRS) represents a pivotal shift in the way Malawi will address poverty reduction, food and nutrition security, and inclusive resilient growth for all its citizens.

For too many years the people of Malawi have cycled

Malawi - government
2017
Recovery efforts defined within the NDRF are guided by a central vision and goal. An initial vision and goal were determined following the 2015 floods; these have been updated in response to the 2015/16 drought. A common recovery vision and goal that cuts across both disasters is critical to ensure that the NDRF can effectively co-ordinate common multi-stakeholder efforts and strengthen the resilience of vulnerable populations.
Malawi - government
2016

The National Climate Change Management Policy is a key instrument for managing climate change in the country of Malawi. The goal is to create an enabling policy and legal framework for a pragmatic, coordinated and harmonized approach to climate change

Malawi - government
2015

The policy has been developed to guide disaster risk management mainstreaming in Malawi by devising policy strategies aimed at achieving the long term goal of reducing disaster losses in lives and in the social, economic and environmental assets of

Malawi - government
2005

The programmme is a result of issues and concerns expresses by Malawians on food security, water and sanitation renewable energy, forest product and services, environment and indigenous knowledge. Consistent with article 10 of CCD and article 8 of Annex 1

Malawi - government