The Scaling up Radio and ICT’s for Enhancement Extension Delivery (SRIEED II)(2020-2025) in Malawi is a second phase of SRIEED I (2014-2019) grant from the Government of Flanders contributing to the agriculture transformation agenda.  SRIEED II contributes to improved food security and nutrition, income resilience among smallholder farmer household. SRIEED II is being implemented in districts of Mangochi, LIlongwe, Kasungu ,Mzimba and Nkhotakota. 


The project with the funding from WFP(World Food Programme) Farm Radio is implementing phase 2 of the Interactive Weather and Climate Adaptation Radio Programming (IWCARP) project in Mangochi, Machinga, Zomba Blantyre Rural and Chikwawa districts. It aims at reducing the vulnerable of society to climate related hazards through better provision of climate services or tailored weather and climate information designed to inform decision making of smallholder farmers. 


Project Name: Aquaculture Value Chain for higher Income and Food Security in Malawi (AVCP)

Donor: Deutche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammernarbeit (GIZ)GmbH

Main Objective: To raise awareness to general public of the importance of aquaculture and good aquaculture practices in Malawi.




Innovations in Heard, Rights and Development(iHeard) project is  implementing a 4 year SBCC Campaign in order to dismantle barriers to sexual and reproductive  health and rights (SRHR) for adolescence girls and young women (AGYW) in Malawi, who are particularly vulnerable in terms of SRH and human rights violations. The campaign will be implemented through a consortium comprised of UK-based Marie Stopes International (MSI) and their local partner, Banja la Mtsogolo (BLM), Canadian organization- CODE and their local partners, Forum of African Women Educationalist Malawi (FAWEMA) and Farm Radio International and Farm Radio Trust.