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Ambassador Speaks at ICAM

Ambassador Palmer Speaks to ICAM Ambassador Palmer delivered the keynote address at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Malawi’s annual dinner on Friday, May 29, where she told members that they play an integral role in Malawi’s economic development by promoting accountability among public and private organizations.  “Transparency and accountability are not just a matter ...
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Ambassador Palmer Speaks to ICAM

This is my first public speech in Malawi. I wanted to make it here with you for a number of reasons. First is that 30-some years ago, I fell in love with a Southern African accountant (now my husband) so I’ve known for many years what ooplung is (off the books money, for those of ...
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New PCVs Sworn-in

New Peace Corps Volunteers Sworn-in Forty one new American Peace Corps volunteers will be working as health and environment volunteers throughout the country.  They arrived in Malawi on March 06 2015. They spent nine weeks in technical and cultural training in Kaphaizi and Mangwazu Villages in Kasungu. The cultural training included the learning of local ...
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U.S. Ambassador Launches New Projects

U.S. Ambassador Launches Five New Development Projects U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer launched five new development assistance projects intended to advance health, food security, and climate change adaption and resiliency within Malawi. These projects will improve the resiliency of more than 350,000 households, reduce stunting throughout Malawi, and help combat deforestation and land degradation ...
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MCC on Trade and Investment Mission

May 19, 2015 Contact: Scott Fontaine 202-521-3612 fontainesa@mcc.gov Millennium Challenge Corporation to be joined by 11 U.S. firms on its First Trade and Investment Mission Delegation to visit Malawi and Tanzania to learn about $750 million of opportunities in MCC-funded projects in the energy sector  Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and the U.S. Department ...
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