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Country Profile Malawi

 By the 1960s, Malawi declared independence with a leader named Banda, who declared himself president for life.

With a current population of about 19.13 million for 2020, 

Malawi’s population grew 2.69% from 2019 to 2020, adding about 500,000 people to the population. While Malawi experiences negative net migration, the fertility rate of 4.25 births per woman helps boost the population growth.

Malawi’s rapid population growth will challenge the country’s ability to meet the needs of its people and its health, education, economic, and agricultural sectors. The rapid population growth will also lead to environmental degradation and faster depletion of resources, such as clean water, as well as create an even larger poverty problem.

Malawi overall  literacy 62.14.

There are 9,227,414 adults in Malawi with a median of 16.4 male and 16.7 female

Malawi is one of the least developed countries in the world with an economy centered on agriculture and a population that is mostly rural.

 There is a low life expectancy in Malawi with a high infant mortality rate and a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS (12% of the population).


Map of Malawi

Between 2002-2005, drought caused widespread death of crops that affected both the economy, food, and water supply. However, this didn't have a dramatic effect on the rate of population growth, which has stayed around 3% annually since 2000.



Malawi Office: C/o Farmers' Voice Africa, Lilongwe Area 5, Karson House Upper Floor,
Plot Number  5/69, P.O.BOX 2374, Lilongwe, Malawi.

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Network AID seek the welfare and well-being of illiterate women/girls, young people, persons with disability and deprive children to have a healthy, safe, inclusive and corrupt-free society where they are recognized, respected and identity protected