NPC signs collaboration agreementwith MwaPATA

The National Planning Commission (NPC) and the Malawi Agriculture Policy Advancement and Transformation Agenda (MwaPATA) Institute on Thursday, September 17, 2020 signed a memorandum of understanding for their collaboration on policy research in agriculture, natural resources and rural development. The event marks the official commencement of joint research activities between the two institutions in shaping national policies and development plans in the specified fields.

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NPC signs collaboration agreement with MwaPATA

MwAPATA Institute was established in 2019 with the support from NPC to operate as its research arm affiliate. Speaking after the signing of the MoU, NPC Director General Dr. Thomas Munthali said the agreement will enable MwaPATA to support NPC with evidence on how to get things done, especially in the agricultural sector.
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NPC says budget commendable given tough economic environment

NPC says budget commendable given tough economic environment The National Planning Commission (NPC) has reacted to the budget statement presented...
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NPC releases communiqué from National Development Conference

NPC releases communiqué from National Development Conference The National Planning Commission (NPC) on Thursday, September 10, 2020 released a communiqué from...
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President Chakwera awards youth essay and arts competition winners

The ‘My Future, Our Future Youth Essay and Arts Competition’ was run from 25th May to 19th June 2020 and offered young Malawians a special opportunity to contribute their ideas towards the next vision for Malawi.
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NPC leads digital economy strategy crafting for Malawi

NPC has partnered with two international ICT support agencies – Digital Pathways at Oxford and Genesis Analytics based in South Africa – to support the Government of Malawi in producing a strategy for the development of inclusive growth and scaling-up of information technologies across all sectors of the economy.
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MGDS III Mid-Term Implementation Review Report

The National Planning Commission on Thursday August 6, 2020 launched the Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS) III Mid Term Review Report during a virtual ceremony that was coordinated from the Bingu International Conference Centre in Lilongwe. Vice President of the Republic of Malawi, who is also Minister responsible for Economic Planning and Development and Public Sector Reforms, Rt Hon. Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima, was the guest of honour at the event.

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What is in the Malawi Growth and Development Strategy III

The third Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS III) is being implemented from 2017 to 2022. It is the fourth medium-term national development strategy aligned to the country’s long-term development aspirations which were articulated in Vision 2020.



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National Planning Commission of Malawi
Minister of Finance Felix Mlusu on the National Planning Commission (Budget Presentation to Parliament Friday, September 11, 2020):

'Madam Speaker, the Government has made tremendous progress in development planning with the establishment of the National Planning Commission to coordinate the preparation of a successor to the Vision 2020 and medium term development strategies. Madam Speaker and Honourable Members, despite Malawi attaining political independence some 56 years ago, the country is yet to attain economic independence. In order to reverse this situation Government, through the National Planning Commission is developing a collectively-defined new Vision that is expected to transform the country through inclusive wealth creation, sustainable and resilient growth. The new Vision is planned to be launched before December, 2020.'
National Planning Commission of Malawi
National Planning Commission of Malawi
The National Planning Commission (NPC) on Thursday, September 10, 2020 released a communiqué from the 1st Annual National Development Conference which it hosted at the Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe from 27th to 28th August 2020. The conference, held under the theme: “Beyond Political Freedom to Inclusive Wealth Creation and Self-Reliance,” was officially opened by His Excellency Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera, President of the Republic of Malawi on Thursday, August 27, 2020.
The communiqué outlines key resolutions of the conference and will guide the way forward in the development of the National Transformation 2063, the envisioned successor to Vision 2020, to be launched before the end of this year.
https://npc.mw/2020/09/npc-releases-communique-from-national-development-conference/
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His Excellency State President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera and Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima yesterday graced the first ever Annual National Development Conference organised by the NPC. Today, stakeholders wrap up deliberations. Follow the events on Zoom and here on Facebook.

The event's live streaming service is provided by iHubOnline.
National Planning Commission of Malawi
National Planning Commission of Malawi
Nathan Mumba, 10, a Standard 6 learner at Mkwichi Primary School in Lilongwe, recieves his award and prizes, including a state of the art tablet, from President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera for being a special winner after emerging third in the arts category of the 'My Future, Our Future' Youth Essay and Arts Competition organised by the National Planning Commission in which he mostly competed with and beat many entrants way above his age. #MW2063
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The National Planning Commission (NPC) was established through an Act of Parliament with the mandate to coordinate development of long and medium term national development plans for Malawi and to oversee their implementation and to coordinate efforts of different stakeholders in achieving common development objectives.

NPC has a Board of Directors whose chairman and board members are appointed by the President. The mandate and functions of the Commission are fulfilled by the Secretariat which is headed by the Director General.


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