Embassy of the Republic of Malawi, Washington DC

Embassy of the Republic of Malawi, Washington DC Located at 2408 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20008Tel: 202-721-0270Fax:202-721-0288Website: www.malawiembassy-dc.org The Embassy is headed by the Ambassador who is a representative of the president of the Republic of Malawi.

Together with other diplomatic members of staff, the Ambassador conducts official business of the Government of the Malawi in the United States of America and accredited countries; the Bahamas, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Mexico & Puerto Rico.

Operating as usual

Just a few more days until our very own #PeterMawanga shares stage with US Jazz legend #EarlKlugh in #Lilongwe courtesy ...
09/18/2013

Just a few more days until our very own #PeterMawanga shares stage with US Jazz legend #EarlKlugh in #Lilongwe courtesy of #Stanbic #Malawi positive collaboration between two great countries through the arts. CONTACT NEAREST STANDARD BANK MALAWI BRANCH FOR TICKETS AND DETAILS

You are cordially invited to view an art exhibition titled, Stranded Fishes & Masks on Wheelchairs , which will run from...
08/23/2012

You are cordially invited to view an art exhibition titled, Stranded Fishes & Masks on Wheelchairs , which will run from Thursday August 30, to September 7, 2012 at the Embassy of the Republic of Malawi, 2408 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20008.

Stranded Fishes & Masks on Wheelchairs is a collection of over 20 paintings in acrylic. These are the most recent works of the artist, Massa
Lemu, following his exhibition entitled, "How Do You Describe Color to a Blind Person?" held in Malawi in 2010.

The artist just completed his fellowship at the Museum of Fine Arts, Huston. He also taught drawing at Rice University, Houston.

The paintings reflect on a number of contemporary Malawian and/ or African social issues using the image of the fish and mask dancer.

We look forward to seeing you on during the exhibition.

Exhibition opening hours, are as follows;

Thursday August 30: 10:00am- 4:00pm
Friday August 31: 10:00am- 12 noon
Tuesday September 4 : 10:00am- 4:00pm
Wednesday September 5: 10:00am- 4:00pm
Thursday September 6: 10:00am- 4:00pm
Friday September 7: 10:00am- 12 noon

08/11/2012

Receipt of applications for the ONE Africa Award are now open. Every year, ONE presents its $100,000 Africa Award to recognize and support the work of African NGOs. If you know of any interested and worthy organizations, please encourage them to apply directly to the link in the blog post below.

Please also note that:-

§ The NGO's must be Africa-based (NGOs founded or governed elsewhere, and operating in Africa are not eligible for the award, even if they are set up by Africans).

§ The requirements in the form must be met/completed in full. There are no exceptions or short cuts in the process.

§ The hard deadline for submission of applications is September 23, 2012.

The past winners are:
2011 Groupe de Réflexion et d'action, Femme Démocratie et Développement (GF2D), Togo
2010 SEND-Ghana, Ghana
2009 Slums Information Development and Resources Centres (SIDAREC), Kenya
2008 Development Communications (DEVCOMS) Network, Nigeria.

A formal panel will be convened to make the final determination. If you have any questions about this, please direct them to Nealon Devore at [email protected].

07/30/2012

Confirmed: Secretary of State Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton will be visiting Malawi on August 6, during her tour of Africa. Muli olandilidwa!

07/24/2012

Condolences to the family and people of Ghana on the sudden passing of President John Evans Atta-Mills. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

AIDS 2012
07/23/2012

AIDS 2012

07/23/2012

The IMF Board of Directors has today on July 23, 2012 approved a US$ 157 million (SDR 104 million) three-year Extended Credit Facility for Malawi.

07/23/2012

Treatment is exactly what it is Treatment, prevention is the best way to avert new infections and end AIDS #PhillWillson CEO & President Black AIDS Institute #AIDS2012

07/22/2012

We welcome the Malawi delegation & delegates from 194 countries to Washington DC for the 19th International AIDS conference from July 22- 27th, 2012. The first since the lifting of the travel ban on people living with HIV/AIDS. Together we can turn the tide!

07/20/2012

Malawi signs World Bank US$150 million to finance the Malawi Rapid Response Program, to promote macroeconomic stability, stimulate growth and economic development, and cushion the negative impact of the recent devaluation of the Malawi Kwacha through the provision of safety nets to vulnerable people.

Official visit of H.E. President Mrs. Joyce Banda & H.E. Mr. Richard Banda Sc to Washington DC from June 8- 12th, 2012
07/19/2012

Official visit of H.E. President Mrs. Joyce Banda & H.E. Mr. Richard Banda Sc to Washington DC from June 8- 12th, 2012

Official visit of H.E. President Mrs. Joyce Banda & H.E. Mr. Richard Banda Sc to Washington DC from June 8- 12th, 2012

Sights: People, Scenary, Culture, Nature, Flora & Fauna of Malawi
07/19/2012

Sights: People, Scenary, Culture, Nature, Flora & Fauna of Malawi

Sights: People, Scenary, Culture, Nature, Flora & Fauna of Malawi

07/17/2012

Malawi shortlisted in the Best African Tourism Board in Africa 2012 Safari Awards. Other finalists are South Africa, Botswana, Kenya & Namibia

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07/17/2012

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Embassy of the Republic of Malawi, Washington DC's cover photo
07/17/2012

Embassy of the Republic of Malawi, Washington DC's cover photo

Address

2408 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington D.C., DC
20008

DC Metro Red Line- Dupont Circle

General information

- To facilitate and coordinate economic activities relating to trade, investment and tourism in the United States, and other accredited countries which are;the Bahamas, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Mexico & Puerto Rico. - To facilitate the mobilization of aid and technical assistance from the United States of America and all the Embassy’s accredited countries. - To issue passports or other travel documents to Malawian nationals as well as to foreign nationals wishing to visit or reside in Malawi. - To meet with nationals on matters affecting their social well-being. Make regular visits to communities where nationals reside to listen to their concerns and address these needs where possible. -To assist nationals who have been arrested or incarcerated and make notification as required. -To notarize/authenticate legal documents for Malawian nationals and companies doing business in Malawi.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 13:00

Telephone

(202) 721-0270

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