Malawi’s largely agrarian economy provides livelihoods for 85 percent of its population. But, poor infrastructure, limited arable land and destructive weather have contributed to food insecurity. Since 1999, Land O’Lakes International Development has been helping rural households improve incomes through agriculture, expanding trade and enabling better nutrition.
Boosting agricultural productivity and expanding trade of fruits and vegetables in Malawi Learn More
MDDA reduced poverty and hunger by strengthening the smallholder dairy industry. Learn More
Expanding irrigation opportunities and taking market-based, private sector-led approaches to revitalize agriculture. Learn More
Land O'Lakes, Inc. TAP Associate in Malawi: Tomato jam, baobab juice and more
Maceo Caudle shares highlights from his work with Land O'Lakes International Development Read More
By taking out a loan from the village savings and loan association, Mary was able to pay for construction of housing for her goats.
Village Savings and Loan Association Brings Hope to Mary
Village savings and loans group brings resilience to a Malawian family in need Read More