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Dec 10, 2023

FISH FEED TRIALING AND ITS IMPACT ON TILAPIA SPP GROWTH

Mzuzu University and Urban Research and Advocacy Center (URAC) with support from Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and International Development Research Centre (IDRC) implemented the research project using a farmer-to[1]market value chain approach…

Mar 16, 2021

URAC Director of Research in High Profile Inquiry Committee The Director of Research at URAC, Prof Wiseman Chijere Chirwa is one the 14-member high profile inquiry committee appointed by His Excellency the president of Malawi…

Jun 22, 2021

mzuni interns at urac

Mzuni Interns at URAC Mduzi and Chitema visting a borehole in Chilumba URAC received two hard working students from Mzuzu University (www.mzuni.ac.mw) for their 3 months internship. The two interns, Joseph Mduzi (left) and Lickson…

Aug 29, 2022

URAC JOINS MUSICIAN MACHULUKA IN CHOLERA PREVENTION AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

URAC JOINS MUSICIAN MACHULUKA IN CHOLERA PREVENTION AWARENESS CAMPAIGN URAC joined hands with prominent musician Machuluka the Tonga Bits king in a two-day cholera prevention awareness campaign on 22 and 23 August, 2022. Machuluka, who…

Jan 7, 2021

URAC BOARD CHAIR

BOARD CHAIR POST FILLED The URAC Board, sitting at Chigumbuli Beach in Chintheche on 21st December 2020, unanimously elected Mr. Mike Moyo as the new chairman of the board of directors of URAC for a…

Sep 21, 2022

URAC HOSTS LO-ACT WORKSHOP ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION

URAC HOSTS LO-ACT WORKSHOP ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION Mzuzu, Malawi, 13-14th September 2022: URAC hosted a 2-day workshop to discuss current local level adaptation practices and gaps to climate change in and around Mzuzu City.…

Jul 20, 2020

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Volume 1 Number 1, January 2018 THE URAC UPDATE MONTHLY Clean Beaches Project German interns settling down Download full copy of this news letter Two German volunteers currently serving with the Clean Beaches Project, Joshua…

Aug 5, 2023

GENDER AND MARKET GOVERNANCE IN MZUZU CITY

Background and ObjectivesThe Africities Food-loss project was implemented in Malawi by the Mzuzu University in collaboration with the Urban Research and Advocacy Center (URAC). Download the article below to Read more Market-Governance-and-gender-in-Mzuzu-City-1Download

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