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Malawi National Anthem

God Bless Malawi

O God bless our land of Malawi,
Keep it a land of peace.
Put down each and every enemy,
Hunger, disease, envy.
Join together all our hearts as one,
That we be free from fear.
Bless our leader, each and every one,
And Mother Malawi.

Our own Malawi, this land so fair,
Fertile and brave and free.
With its lakes, refreshing mountain air,
How greatly blest are we.
Hills and valleys, soil so rich and rare
Give us a bounty free.
Wood and forest, plains so broad and fair,
All - beauteous Malawi.

Freedom ever, let us all unite
To build up Malawi.
With our love, our zeal and loyalty,
Bringing our best to her.
In time of war, or in time of peace,
One purpose and one goal.
Men and women serving selflessly
In building Malawi.


118,484 sq km

Malawian Kwacha

Emergency numbers
Ambulance: 998
Fire: 999
Police: 997

Chichewa (common)

Malawi Government

Law ministry
Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs

Latest population

Malawi Political parties
Alliance for Democracy (Malawi)
Founded : 1993

Democratic Progressive Party (Malawi)
Founded : February 2005
Website : www.dppmalawi.com

Malawi Congress Party
Founded : 1959
Website : www.malawicongressparty.com

Congress for Democracy
Founded : 1977

New Republican Party
Founded : 2009

Mgwirizano Coalition

Malawi Democratic Party

Malawi Forum for Unity and Development (MAFUNDE)

Movement for Genuine Democratic Change

National Unity Party (NUP)

People's Progressive Movement

People's Transformation Party (PETRA)

Republican Party
Founded : 2004

People's Party (Malawi)
Founded : 2011
Website : www.peoplespartymalawi.net

United Democratic Front (Malawi)
Founded : October 1993
Website : www.udfmalawi.org

National Democratic Alliance (Malawi)

Protestant 33.5%
Roman Catholic 17.2%
Other Christian 26.6%
Muslim 13.8%
Traditionalist 1.1%
Other 5.6%
None 2.1%

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Where is Malawi located in this large world ?
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Interesting facts
The Shire River flows through the Shire Highlands of south Malawi. It drops 400m from Lake Malawi to the border with Mozambique, Malawi’s lowest point. The river passes many falls and the rapids on its short path. The Shire River is part of the Great Rift Valley.

Likoma Island in Lake Malawi is a smallish island located toward the eastern side of Lake Malawi. Its most notable feature is its cathedral, which was built in 1903.
Tobacco and tea are the chief exports of Malawi. Malawi also has the highest production of burley leaf tobacco, a low grade, high nicotine tobacco.

Malawi is landlocked and is bordered by Tanzania to the northeast, Mozambique on the east, south and west, and Zambia to the northwest.

Malawi is home to the third largest lake in Africa, Lake Malawi. It is also the eighth largest lake in the world, and the second deepest lake in Africa. It is home to many species of fish, as well as hippos, crocodiles and fish eagles. It is also known as Lake Nyasa stemming from the days when Malawi was known as Nyasaland.
Zomba is not just a tourist destination, but people have been told that some endangered species of birds are seen there. Those are the white-winged apalis. There are fewer than 100 breeding pairs of the white-winged apalis left in the wild. On the outskirts of Zomba, amidst the Jacaranda trees, you can see a pair of these beautiful birds.

The beautiful old stone building in Blantyre built in 1891 is St. Michael and All Angels Church. It was designed by the Rev. David Scott who had no architectural background whatsoever. It was built by local labor that had very little experience in construction. Considering this, it is an absolutely magnificent building.
Liwonde National Parkis Malawi’s premier national park with lodges on the Shire River providing a lovely backdrop to a huge variety of birds, hippos, elephants and many more species of wildlife.

Mulanje Mountain – One of Africa’s top trekking destinations, Mulanje Mountain offers wonderful hiking opportunities to reach its 3,000m summit, and other craggy peaks, with many trails in pristine landscapes with waterfalls and streams.

Blantyre– Malawi’s commercial capital and a great place to unwind get some shopping done, enjoy some live music and decent restaurants – especially if you’re overlanding or backpacking through this part of Africa.