To promote understanding and awareness among parliamentarians; support positive relations between our countries; and provide a forum for discussion on relevant issues affecting politics, society, culture and the economy in Malawi.
2. Trade and investment factsheets (partner names beginning with M to O)
12/02/2021 - Department for International Trade
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This factsheet provides the latest statistics on trade and investment between the UK and
Overseas Business Risk: Malawi
The Overseas Business Risk report provides
4. Classrooms for Malawi
21/07/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: notes that Rutherglen-based charity Classrooms for Malawi has raised over £8,000 in one week to provide hand
poverty, deliver the Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs) and
1. Cyclone Idai
20/03/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: destroyed and the collapse of bridges and roads.In Malawi, nearly 900,000 people have been directly affected - Speech Link
2: about our solidarity with the people of Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe who have been hit by what the United - Speech Link
3: situation—the people who have come here from Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique, who have made their home here, - Speech Link
2. Scotland-Malawi Relationship
13/09/2017 - Westminster Hall
1: move,That this House has considered the Scotland-Malawi relationship.It is a pleasure to serve under your - Speech Link
3. Cyclone Idai
26/03/2019 - Written Statements
1: southern Africa, has devastated parts of Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, including many areas that were already - Speech Link
4. Cyclone Idai
28/03/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: people have been displaced in Mozambique, 87,000 in Malawi and 4,000 in Zimbabwe. Some 2.6 million people - Speech Link
2: resilience facilities and mechanisms for the future in Malawi and Mozambique in particular, including early warning - Speech Link
3: happy to do that in relation to Mozambique and Malawi. Canada has contributed some $2 million, but the - Speech Link
5. UK Entry Visas
19/11/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: denials experienced by members of the Scotland Malawi Partnership. I declare an interest, because the - Speech Link
2: send her extensive documentation from the Scotland Malawi Partnership on this issue, which she may already - Speech Link
3: Priests and pupils in remote villages in northern Malawi or elsewhere in Africa may not have bank accounts - Speech Link
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Patrick Grady MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 6398.
Public Enquiry Point:
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