Malawi farmer self-sufficiency aid project-Project for Better Livelihoods and Self-Reliance of Farmers in MZIMBA


“The Project for Farmers' Self-Reliance towards Community Empowerment in Mzimba” was
launched in 2005, with the aim of improving the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in the country
and systematically nurturing an attitude of self-help among the farmers. In 2009, the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs of Japan agreed to fund the project for a period of three years. The project does
not involve the construction of facilities or provision of materials. 

To improve the livelihoods of farmers in the targeted areas through their own initiative to
introduce appropriate farming methods that make use of locally available resources and to
enhance communal activities.

Project deploys its 3rd stage as 'Project for Better Livelihoods and Self-reliance of Farmers in Mzimba ' since February 2014.

Project Brochure [2MB] 

Report on the Implementation of the Project Closing Ceremony

On 4th November 2016, the closing ceremony of the “Project for Better Livelihoods and Self-reliance of Farmers in Mzimba, Malawi,” which started on 7th March 2014 as a three-year project with the support of “Grant Assistance for Japanese NGO Projects” from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was held in the Chikangawa agricultural extension area, the project target area. The report is below.

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