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CEPA works with government on advocacy and policies through relevant departments in advocacy and policy. These various government departments have common goals with CEPA and CEPA helps in submitting pressing environmental issues to these agencies. This section includes government literature as well as materials based on government publications.

Full List of Malawi Government Documents Follow:

Social Protection Policy 2008

This policy act as a prelude to programme development and provides a holistic framework for designing, implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating social protection interventions

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Social Support Policy 2009

This policy is a prelude to programme development and provides a holistic framework for designing, implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating social support interventions

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Standards and Guidelines for Participatory Forestry in Malawi

This document sets out to guide the practice of promoting participatory forestry management or PFM, but also establish standards for forestry extension service delivery and improved forest management as a means to support poverty alleviation in Malawi

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Strategic Plan to Improve Livestock Production 2003- 2008

Outlines and details specific issues ,actions, strategies and activity targets that the department envisages undertaking and achieving in the next five years

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The Challenge Newsletter Issue 4

A quarterly newsletter by the Millennium Challenge Account Malawi

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The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands- Implications for Malawi

A presentation on wetlands conventions implications for Malawi

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Tobacco Act 1970

An act to provide a commission to control tobacco auction floors, to confer duties thereon

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Training Manual for Management of Malnutrition for People Living with HIV, Tuberculosis and Chronically Ill Adolescents and Adults

The training manual provides clear guidance in conducting in-service training of health workers and other service providers in line with the National Guidelines on Prevention and Management of Malnutrition in Adolescents and Adults with HIV, TB and chronical illness

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Vision 2020- The National Long Term Development Perspective for Malawi

The basis for short and medium term plans to achieve the vision that Malawians see for the year 2020

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National Forest Landscape Restoration Strategy

The restoration strategy provides a comprehensive framework for achieving Malawi’s restoration commitment of 4.5 million hectares as well as the economic development, poverty reduction, increased food security, and resilience promised through successful landscape restoration. The Strategy outlines priority opportunities and interventions that can translate the potential of restoration into multiple benefits such as improved food security, increased biodiversity, improved water supply, job creation, income, carbon sequestration and enhanced resilience to climate change.

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A Summary of the Malawi National Guidelines on Integrated Catchment Management and Rural Infrastructure

A combined Chichewa and English summary of the national guidelines on integrated catchment management in Malawi.These guidelines address the environmental issues identified in Malawi's National Environmental Action Plan (NEAP) which are: soil erosion, deforestation, water resources degradation and depletion, threat to fish resources, threat to biodiversity, human habitat degradation, high population growth, air pollution and climate change.

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A Summary of the Malawi National Guidelines on Integrated Catchment Management and Rural Infrastructure

A combined Chichewa and English summary of the national guidelines on integrated catchment management in Malawi.These guidelines address the environmental issues identified in Malawi's National Environmental Action Plan (NEAP) which are: soil erosion, deforestation, water resources degradation and depletion, threat to fish resources, threat to biodiversity, human habitat degradation, high population growth, air pollution and climate change.

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