Govt called on to Adopt new Farming Technologies

Government has been urged to facilitate quick adoption of new farming technologies for farmers to obviate climate change effects and improve productivity. The call was...

Government Launches Farm Input Distribution Program for Flood victims

Malawi Government has launched Farm Input Distribution program for families who have been hit by floods in the country. Following the devastated...

FAO to Reinforce Livestock Disease surveillance

Chief Director in the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development, Yanila Mtupanyama has commended Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for stressing the need...

CCJP Intensifies Climate Resilient Interventions in Dedza

The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) of Dedza Diocese has intensified climate resilient interventions in Ntcheu. The interventions are aimed at helping rural...

Youth Plant 240, 000 Trees in Mzimba

23 Youth clubs in Mzimba have planted 240, 000 trees through the Malawi Forest Restoration Program, a government initiative aimed at covering bare lands...

UN Report Says Disasters Threatening Global economy

The United Nations (UN) department of Disaster and Risk Reduction has warned of increasing complex risk poised to threat global economies and attainment of Sustainable...

‪#‎Malawi‬ government plans to introduce electronic vouchers for the Farm Input...

Government plans to introduce electronic vouchers for the Farm Input Subsidy Programme in the next growing season to help check corruption, and control the...

Integrating legumes into Maize Systems………

By George Achia, Staff Science Writer Agricultural researchers from five African countries and Australia recently gathered in Nairobi to review the progress of Australian Government initiative to improve...

Malawi’s President Mutharika Accuses Tobacco Buyers of Sabotaging Economy

By Frank Jomo Malawi President Bingu wa Mutharika accused tobacco buyers of trying to sabotage the southern African nation’s economy by rejecting good-quality leaves...

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...

Discovered in Malawi: high market demand for red paprika

The red paprika’ s are beautifully shining in the sun, they are planted in neat rows. The crop looks healthy, with over...