June 5, 2023
Fisheries in Malawi are not only a valuable resource that contributes to food security but also play a vital role in livelihoods and economic development. Post-harvest loss, or fish that are...
Research article: Community-managed fish sanctuaries for freshwater fishery biodiversity conservation and productivity in Malawi
March 9, 2023
This article, published in the journal Sustainability, looks at community-managed fish sanctuaries under Pact-led programming in Malawi and their impact on biological performance and conservation.
March 3, 2023
Pact has long worked with Malawi’s fishing communities to improve their lives. Through this work, we saw a clear need for better access to family planning and reproductive health services in fishing...
In key milestone, Pact’s REFRESH project hands over new technology for Lake Malawi biodiversity monitoring
September 29, 2022
Since 2014, Pact and USAID have been working with lakeside communities in Malawi to save the country’s precious lake resources. Lake Malawi – the most biologically diverse lake in the world –...
Research article: Changes in fish species diversity, size structure and distribution in the trawlable demersal zones of Lake Malawi, Malawi
September 23, 2022
This scientific research was conducted in collaboration with the Government of Malawi to assess temporal and spatial changes in the trawlable demersal zones of Lake Malawi.
April 15, 2022
Margret Aaron Phiri understands well the hardships of gender inequality in Malawi. As a widow, she struggled to take care of her children without a man to bring in income. Business and work outside...
January 25, 2022
It’s hard to overstate the importance of Lake Malawi. It is the most biologically diverse lake in the world, with more than 1,000 fish species and about 15 percent of global freshwater fish...
December 28, 2020
In communities around the world, Pact is improving lives and protecting the environment at the same time, because the two go hand in hand.
April 16, 2019
By Maggie Makawa and Mercy Phiri Fishermen are more likely to respond positively to information when it comes from their peers. This is why the Fisheries Integration of Societies and Habitats project...