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DFID Malawi
P.O. Box 30042, Lilongwe 3, Malawi
Tel:265 1 772 400 | Fax:265 1 772 657

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Malawi has among the lowest per capita income in Africa. Development prospects are threatened by HIV and AIDS, steeply declining capacity in government, weak economic and financial management, corruption and a poor operating environment for the private sector. DFID(Malawi) will support the Government to achieve its PRSP goals through delivery of our CAP, which focuses on growth and livelihoods, better service delivery to the poor and improved governance.

The Country Assistance Plan (CAP) makes provision for 141m during 2003-06 for expenditure on health, education, livelihoods, food security, policing/justice/prisons, public expenditure management and civil society programmes. An additional 45m is available for Direct Budget Support in the same period.

Last updated: 26 July 2004

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