The Embassy of Ireland, Malawi attended the 9th Conference on Community Based Adaptation in Nairobi from 24th April to 1st May 2015.
As discuss at the Regional Meeting on Integrating Climate Change into Development Programming Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 10-13 June, 2014, and confirmed at the follow-up regional workshop in Zambia,
This report examines what is driving the adoption of tree-based ecosystem approaches (TBEAs) at scale in Malawi, and identifies key pathways and strategies to further facilitate the process.
The Learning Platform was initiated in April 2014 at the Limerick Inception Workshop where a range of themes and learning objectives of interest to Irish Aid were identified.
In Malawi and throughout much of Africa, maize yields have declined over the past several decades due to continuous cultivation, often in monocropping with little or no inputs.
Understanding factors affecting farmers’ adoption of improved technologies is crit- ical to success of conservation agriculture (CA) program implementation.This study, which explored the factors th
Conservation agriculture (CA) systems are based upon minimal soil disturbance; crop residue retention and crop rotation and/or intercrop association are increasingly seen to recycle nutrients, incr
Agriculture Advisers’ Meeting A meeting of IA Agriculture Advisers and Development Specialists was held in Lusaka on 18th August which the author chaired.
Malawi is a landlocked country in southeast Africa approximately 118,480 square kilometers with a population of about 16 million. Over 80% of the population depends on farming to survive.