What is Malawi Vision 2063?

Malawi's Vision for the Future

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What is Malawi Vision 2063?

Malawi Vision 2063 (MW2063) is a development plan that aims to transform Malawi into a prosperous, self-reliant, inclusively wealthy and industrialized country by the year 2063. MW2063 itself says, “Malawi Vision 2063 is a product of the selfless contributions, dedication, and commitment of the patriotic Malawians across the country, in rural and urban areas, as well as the diaspora, on the Malawi we want to see by the year 2063.” 

What are the goals of Malawi Vision 2063?

The Malawi Vision 2063 document (PDF) outlines the country’s long-term development priorities and strategies to achieve its vision. It covers various sectors, including agriculture, industry, infrastructure, education, health, governance, and the environment.

What is the context for Malawi Vision 2063?

It was launched in 2020 by the Malawi government and is aligned with the African Union Agenda 2063 and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Who made Malawi Vision 2063?

Malawi Vision 2063 was made by the National Planning Commission (NPC), a Malawian non-partisan independent government body, and various government and nongovernment partners. These partners include the Council for Non-Governmental Organizations in Malawi (CONGOMA); Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI), USAID, the European Union, the UNDP and UNICEF. 

Why is Malawi Vision 2063 Important?

Malawi Vision 2063 is intended to guide the government’s policies and programs over the long term and inspire the people of Malawi to rally behind common goals. It is the vision of Malawi’s future that aims to empower youth and build an inclusively wealthy and self-reliant nation.

This is the first article in a series by Orant on Malawi Vision 2063. We will cover why it is important for the future of Malawi and what role we hope to play in this Vision. Sign up for our mailing list and follow us on social media to stay in touch.

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