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Member Survey

The Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP) would like to have a picture of its members’ registration and recognition with various regulating bodies in Malawi, i.e. CONGOMA, NGO Board and the Malawi Government. Download     the    membership-questionaire ,fill it up and send to hmakala@malawiscotlandpartnership.org  

Scottish Government International Development Small Grants Programme

The Scottish Government International Development Small Grants Programme supports projects that help some of the world’s poorest countries and fit within the Scottish Government’s International Development Policy. Applications for the 2017 Small Grants Programme are now open, with a closing date of 28th November 2016.  Applications must be submitted on the relevant application form. Eligible

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Provision of Services – Facilitation of Training in Financial Management

Background The Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP) is an umbrella organization of more than 300 Malawian civil society organizations (CSOs) that have links with Scotland. MaSP exists to support and develop Malawi’s many civil society links with Scotland, thereby enhancing the cooperation between Malawi and Scotland Government on one hand and the North and South on

Education Strand Presentations

                GBERC STRAND MEETING PRESENTATION (LISAP)2 LISAP BOYS AND GIRLS EMPOWERMENT PROJECT PRESENTATION Mary’s Meals SFP PRESENTATION- MaSP Strand- 15 September 2016 Unlocking Talent Project Scot Gov

MaSP Strategic Plan Guiding Questionnaire for members Input

MaSP is in the process of developing it’s strategic plan for the period 2017 to 2020.This is an opportunity for you our members to get our aspirations into action through this important process. Download this form and send it to us through email to    hmakala@malawiscotlandpartnership.org Dateline is 31 May 2016 Proposed questions to members-Expanded  

Launch of Unlocking Talent Project

VSO Malawi, under the Education Programme is implementing a three year project called ‘Unlocking Talent through Technology’ in 63 primary schools in Blantyre, Dedza, Karonga, Kasungu, Lilongwe, Machinga and Ntcheu districts in Malawi. The project is being funded by Scottish Government (i.e. 10 schools in Kasungu) and Royal Norwegian Embassy (i.e. 53 schools in rest

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