The Malawi Institute of Procurement and Supply Chain (MIPS) will host the 2021 Annual Conference from 23rd – 25th September 2021 at Sunbird Nkopola Lodge in Mangochi with the theme – “Strategic Procurement and Supply Chain Management: Tool For attainment Of Malawi’s Economic Development And Growth”. The event will be graced by the presence of the Vice President of the Republic of Malawi Rt. Hon. Dr. Saulos Klaus Chilima as the Guest of Honour and Prof Plo Lumumba – a renowned Kenyan international speaker as the Keynote Speaker.
There will also be numerous panelists who will tackle issues such depoliticizing public procurement and supply in Malawi; positives vs negatives and procurement and supply chain management in COVID 19 crisis vs turnaround strategy supportive to achieving Malawi 2063, to which the Director General of National Planning Commission – Dr. Thomas Chataghalala Munthali will be a part of as one way driving towards the Malawi 2063 vision.
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The Lilongwe City Council will host the Strategic Plan and Client Service Charter Launch Hybrid Event at BICC International Convention Centre in Lilongwe on 23rd September 2021starting at 2:00pm. The event will be graced by the presence of the Deputy Minister of Local Government Rt. Hon. Halima Daudi as the Guest of Honour and Director General of National Planning Commission – Dr. Thomas Chataghalala Munthali as the Guest Speaker.
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Meeting ID: 880 0242 0964
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The Policy Digest is a catalogue of various national policies, strategies and plans of the Malawi government and is aimed at providing a One-Stop-Window for public policy documents in Malawi to ensure ease of access by various stakeholders, local or international.
Policies, strategies and plans are key in operationalising MW2063 and ensure alignment and focus within sectors. The National Planning Commission is committed to guide and champion the development of effective policies by ensuring that they are mainstreamed and aligned to the overall medium-term and long-term development plans.NPC will also emphasize policy development and capacity strengthening for institutions and systems at the national level wherever needs are greatest.
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Malawi's Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima says digitalisation is key to southern Africa's transformation agenda and that it can fast-track industrialization of economies if embraced as a business norm in the region, even in the face of phenomena such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
He has since called on countries in the region to develop and implement sustainable digital solutions for the region to reap benefits of growing digitalisation around the globe.
He was delivering a lecture as eminent speaker at the SADC Public Lecture 2021 held in Lilongwe on Thursday August 12, 2021 under the theme: 'Promoting Digitalisation for Revival of the SADC Industrialisation Agenda in the COVID-19 Era'.
Watch Recording Here (Access Passcode: QZ%*&S2r): SADC Public Lecture - Key Note Address
Download Full Lecture here: SADC Public Lecture - Key Note Address
Malawi Priorities is a research-based collaborative project implemented by the National Planning Commission (NPC) with technical assistance from the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP), and the Copenhagen Consensus Center (CCC) to identify and promote the most effective interventions that address Malawi’s development challenges and support the attainment of its development aspirations.
Malawi on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 launched its new vision named Malawi 2063 (MW2063). The Malawi 2063 vision replaces Vision 2020 which expired in December 2020. The Malawi 2063 (MW2063) aims to transform Malawi into a wealthy and self-reliant industrialized ‘upper middle-income country’ by the year 2063.
Click the link to access the final vision document... Download Malawi 2063 Here
For the abridged or summary version of the original vision document, please use the links below to access both the English and Chichewa Version.
Download Abridged English Version Here
Download Abridged Chichewa Version Here
For frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the MW2063 Vision, please click the link below to access the FAQs document.
Download MW2063 Vision FAQ Here
Speech by His Excellency the President Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera during the official launch of the Malawi 2063 New National Vision at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe on Tuesday, January 19, 2020...Download Speech by H.E. Here
The United Nations (UN) in Malawi has handed over the UN75 Initiative Report to the National Planning Commission (NPC) to ensure that views of Malawians captured in the document are considered by the commission in the formulation of national development plans and strategies. The UN75 Initiative Campaign was launched by the UN in January 2020 to mark its global 75th anniversary under the theme The World Malawi Wants: Local Voices for Better Future.Read Full Story Here