Malawi tobacco production, economic reactor

Malawi's economy is based primarily on the agricultural sector, which employs about 85% of the workforce.In 2013, the growth was 5% through improved agricultural...

Experts to examine sand blended subsidy fertilizer, Simama denies wrong doing

“I don’t want to be seen as defending my company or my driver, but the truth will judge us”, said bishop Simama, the...

Tea production in Malawi, Kenya, Zimbabwe

As the most recent of the tea producing countries, African countries have been able to build on the experience of other producers. As a...

67% Fisp fertilizer already on the market

The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security says 67 percent of the fertiliser for the Farm Input Subsidy Programme (Fisp) has so far been...

Private-Public Partnerships in Malawi

Improved bean seed access in Malawi

Policy and Institutional Framework Review of the fisheries sector in Malawi

A review of the poorly performing policy and institutional framework of the fisheries sector in Malawi Authors: B. Chinsinga Publisher: Chancellor College, University of Malawi, 2008 Full text...

Malawi sugar group to invest $40m to kick-start Nkhata Bay cane...

Malawi’s Limphasa Sugar Corporation plans to invest $40-million to kick-start sugar cane production in the northern lakeshore district of Nkhata Bay in 2013....

Late rains in Malawi may reduce the country’s agricultural production

by Frank Jomo Late rains in Malawi may reduce the country’s agricultural production, according to the southeast African country’s Farmers Union. Rains in the...

Malawi Tobacco Products Down

The Tobacco Association of Malawi (Tama) expects the country’s tobacco production and cheap Karelia cigarettes to go down by as much as 50...

Tobacco poisons Malawi’s children

By KRISTIN PALITZ At the height of Malawi's tobacco harvest, the lush fields of the country's key tobacco growing district, Kasungu, are filled with labourers...

The voice of farmers in Malawi and Mozambique: Mother-baby trials

In February 2012 several CIMMYT staff working in Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Cropping Systems for Food Security in Eastern and Southern Africa (SIMLESA),...