In February, communities involved in the CCPM, Trocaire Malawi, and other partners welcomed representatives from the Scottish Government.
Lennia Odilo works for Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD), an organisation helping to implement the CCPM. Here, Lennia shares her personal thoughts on the climate change challenges faced by women in Malawi.
Maggie Ngwira, Trócaire Malawi’s CCPM Programme Coordinator, shares her personal thoughts on how this Scottish Government funded programme is helping Malawian women overcome the challenges of climate change.
Tapiwa Machinjiri works for CADECOM Mangochi, an organisation helping to implement the CCPM. She's written this blog sharing her personal thoughts on the climate change challenges faced by women in Malawi.
Mercy Chirambo is a Malawian climate change campaigner who works with the CCPM. She wrote this blog about her recent trip to Poland to bring the words of the CCPM communities to the UN.
Mercy Chirambo is a Malawian climate change campaigner who work's with the CCPM. She wrote this blog about why she's travelled to Poland to bring the words of the CCPM communities to the UN.
Julius Ng'oma works with the CCPM to help ensure the communities we work with are heard when they talk about climate change and he's gone to the United Nations conference on climate change in Poland this month to make that happen.
A key part of the CCPM is helping communities adapt to the impact of devastating climate shocks.
Agroecology helps farmers ensure they make the best possible use of their environment.
The CCPM jointly hosted a special event in Edinburgh on the 28th of September to discuss how ensuring fair water access is a key part of Climate Justice.
Training student activists in Malawi to develop their own solutions to climate change.
The Scottish Government is improving access to food, water and energy for thousands of people in southern Malawi.