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Think Buy Malawian as we Celebrate 54 Years

Malawians and foreigners resident in Malawi, have been encouraged to re-think their buying habits as the Southern African nation celebrates 54 years of independence. In a joint statement released in Lilongwe today, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Hon. Henry Mussa, MP, and the UNDP Resident Representative Maria Jose Torres said as Malawi celebrates 54 years, it is important for citizens and foreign residents to consider buying locally produced goods and services to grow the economy. Read full statement here: 

Buy Malawi Initiative

The Buy Malawi Strategy Secretariat has from July to October 2018 conferred certificates to 28 members with over 66 companies still in the process of registering as members, after reaching out to over 200 Companies. This is a huge reap since the BMS Champion, President Peter Mutharika, launched the initiative on March 18, 2016. (more…)

November 13, 2018 0

Supermarkets in Lilongwe are now promoting the Buy Malawian Brand through prioritized stocking of Malawian Products but also ensuring all customers walking into their shops know of the strategy by displaying the Buy Malawi Strategy (BMS) banners on entrance of their shops as well as Malawian products designated corners. (more…)

October 25, 2018 0

As the world commemorates October 17th as the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, key Buy Malawi Strategy stakeholders have recognized the initiative as pivotal in tackling poverty in Malawi. UNDP Resident Representative a.i. Claire Medina commended the strides taken so far in mobilising the private sector to ensure that quality products and services are produced for local and international consumption. (more…)

October 17, 2018 0

President Peter Mutharika, champion of the Buy Malawi Strategy (BMS), has reiterated government plans to create factories in rural Malawi through rural industrialization for cooperatives to increase productivity and build community industries. This speaks direct to the core of the BMS which, among others, seeks to see a growing and sustained manufacturing sector to see Malawi move from being a net importer of finished goods. (more…)

September 14, 2018 0

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