The Alliance to End Hunger, through its National Alliance Partnership Program (NAPP), which has been working with CISANET to assist in building its capacities to better engage policy processes around food security, nutrition, and agricultural development has described CISANET as a model for civil society engagement in Malawi.
Dr. George Chaponda, Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 delivered a Ministerial statement for the budget session of Parliament on measures taken by Government to avert hunger in the country
The Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET) has welcomed measures spelt out by the Government of Malawi to reinforce the regulation of trading of agriculture produce in the country in an effort to bring sanity on the market.
in a statement dated 14th May, 2016, CISANET observes that the trading of agriculture produce in Malawi is generally chaotic
As the country will be preparing to come up with a second national long term vision to replace the vision 2020, CISANET National Director Tamani Nkhono-Mvula proposes a few issues, as discussed in this article.
As an agriculturalist who understands the importance of agriculture in development processes, our next long term vision must aim at transforming agriculture in its first 10 years.
STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS BY HIS EXCELLENCY PROF. ARTHUR PETER MUTHARIKA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI
on the occasion of the STATE OPENING OF THE 2016/2017 BUDGET MEETING OF PARLIAMENT, LILONGWE, Friday, 20th May, 2016
THEME: Towards Recovery and Sustainable Socio-Economic Development