In Malawi, 80 percent of the population sustain their living on agriculture. Due to underdevelopment of irrigation facilities and low agricultural productivity, Malawian industry and economy remains vulnerable. In 2011, Malawi's GNI per capita was 340 US Dollars (WB 2012), one of the lowest income standards in the world ranking. However, there are mining potentials of mineral resources, including rare earth minerals. Thus, diversification and promotion of industries, such like mining, is one of the key challenges for Malawi's development. Addressing Basic Human Needs, like education, healthcare, and access to safe water, is also a challenge for Malawi in achieving inclusive development. To support Malawi in overcoming these obstacles, JICA's operations put primary focus on issues of 1) Sustainable Economic Growth, and 2) Social Development.
|April 23, 2014||Message from the Chief Representative|
|April 2, 2014||Grant Agreement Ceremony Between the Government of Malawi and the Government of Japan and OVOP Strategic Plan National Consultative Workshop|
|March 19, 2014||PHYSICAL ASSETS MANAGEMENT PROJECT (PAM) EXIT CONFERENCE|
|January 24, 2014||RD Signing Ceremony for the Project for Capacity Development for Air Navigation Services and Biriwiri Potato Crisps|
|October 11, 2013||JICA SLMP Project Equips the Soil Laboratory at Lunyangwa Agriculture Research Station in Mzuzu and Kamuzu International Airport to Benefit from the Japanese Government Funded Solar Power Generation Equipment|