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  • Economic growth in Malawi  
    Economic growth in Malawi Published: Thursday, 04 Apr 2013

    Michigan State University's collaboration with Lincoln University and the University of Malawi to help find new ways to contribute more effectively to African development and transformation through agriculture-led economic growth.

    Tags: africa  malawi  health  environment  research  
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    Nourishing People - and an economy Published: Friday, 22 Feb 2013

    In an effort to double the capacity of Malawi’s dairy value chain, MSU researchers led by Puliyur MohanKumar, professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, are applying successful outcomes from a similar MSU partnership project that helped transform India’s dairy industry. India, now the world’s top milk producer, shares similar environmental and cultural traits with Malawi.

    Tags: africa  malawi  food  research  dairy  
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    Fighting Malaria in Southern Africa Published: Monday, 23 Apr 2012
    In Africa the journey toward improved health care is long and difficult. The problems begin early in life, with Africa’s infant mortality rate being ten times higher than the average rate for developed countries, and continue throughout life, with risks of life-threatening diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. The lack of diagnostic equipment compounds the challenges.
    Tags: africa  malawi  health  research  engagement  
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    Malawi Partnerships Encourage Innovation Published: Monday, 23 Apr 2012
    Sieglinde Snapp, an associate professor of Crop and Soil Sciences with MSU’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, is putting the university’s strong agricultural heritage to work in Malawi in southern Africa.
    Tags: malawi  food  environment  research  
  • Collaboration with University of Malawi and Lincoln University earns grant  
    MSU, Lincoln University, and Malawi partnership awarded USAID grant to build capacities in ecosystem Published: Friday, 10 Sep 2010

    The collaboration between Michigan State University, the University of Malawi and Lincoln University, was one of 11 partnerships of American and African university awarded a grant by the U.S. Agency for International Development and Higher Education for Development to help strengthen capacity at African universities. The African-led partnership will help expand the University of Malawi's role in addressing environmental and development challenges within their continent.

    Tags: malawi  rwanda  education  environment  agriculture  
  • William Davis, United Nations Information Office, discussed U.S.-UN re-engagement  at  MSU lecture on Oct 28  
    MSU Faculty present work on UN Millennium Development Goal Published: Friday, 30 Oct 2009
    Safunsa anady a phula, a phrase meaning he who doesnt ask eats the wax is commonly used in Malawi to encourage curiosity and openness. William Davis, Director of the United Nations Information Office, learned what this meant in a series of faculty presentations Wednesday, Oct 28.
    Tags: malawi  south africa  pakistan  education  research  
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    MSU Commemorates World AIDS Day Published: Thursday, 07 Dec 2006
    MSU commemorated World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 with a symposium focusing on the millions of children orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The program, No Place to Hide World AIDS Day Symposium, featured presentations of scholastic work and student field projects in addition to a showing of the video, No Place to Hide.
    Tags: africa  kenya  malawi  uganda  education  
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    MSU Campus Commemorates World AIDS Day Published: Thursday, 07 Dec 2006
    MSU commemorated World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 with a symposium focusing on the millions of children in Sub-Saharan Africa who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The program, No Place to Hide World AIDS Day Symposium, featured presentations of scholastic work and student field projects in addition to a showing of the video, No Place to Hide.
    Tags: africa  malawi  rwanda  uganda  education  
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    Ambassadors Visit MSU for Sesquicentennial Events Published: Monday, 25 Apr 2005
    During the week of April 14, ISP hosted four current and former ambassadors on campus for a series of events celebrating the universitys tradition of international engagement: Willard Bill A. De Pree, Riina Ruth Kionka, Roger A. Meece, and Thomas G. Weston. All four have Michigan connections and three are MSU alumni.
    Tags: europe  cameroon  ghana  malawi  estonia  

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