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  1. History teaching and research in the University of Malawi: Country report : presented to the Regional History Seminar held at the National University of Lesotho, Roma, 1-3 August, 1988 by Owen J. M Kalinga, 1988
  2. Colonialism to Cabinet Crisis. A Political History of Malawi by Andrew C. Ross, 2009-03-01
  3. The End of Chidyerano: A History of Food and Everyday Life in Malawi, 1860-2004 (Social History of Africa) by Elias Mandala, 2005-10-30
  4. An Introduction to the History of Central Africa: Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe by A. J. Wills, 1985-05-23
  5. Memorial History of Mulanje Mission. Church of Central Africa Presbyterian in Malawi by Armstrong Elliot Khoza, 1993-01-01
  6. The Catholic Missionaries Within and Beyond the Politics of Exclusivity in Colonial Malawi, 1901-1945 (Studies in the History of Missions) by Stanslaus C. Muyebe, 1999-09
  7. Historical Dictionary of Malawi (African Historical Dictionaries/Historical Dictionaries of Africa) by Cynthia A. Crosby, 2001-09-05
  8. Church, State and Society in Malawi. An Analysis of Anglican Ecclesiology by James Tengatenga, 2006-12-29
  9. Rise of Nationalism in Central Africa: The Making of Malawi and Zambia, 1873-1964 (Ctr for Intl Affairs) by Robert I. Rotberg, 1965-01-01
  10. Politics and Christianity in Malawi 1875-1940. The Impact of the Livingstonia Mission in the Northern Province 3rd Edition by John McCracken, 2008-12-31
  11. Non-Governmental Organizations in Malawi (Handlungsbedingungen Und Handlungsspielrhaume Fhur Entwicklu) by Sabine Paul, Manfred Glagow, et all 1997-12-31
  12. Independent African: John Chilembwe and the Origins, Setting and Significance of the Nyasaland Native Rising 1915 by George Shepperson, Thomas Price, 1987-09
  13. Political Culture and Nationalism in Malawi: Building Kwacha (Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora) by Joey Power, 2010-01-15
  14. The Road to Tanganyika (Kachere Series) by James McCarthy, 2000-09-05

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With nearly three million people facing starvation, spokesperson Mia Turner reports on a WFP project to get food aid back on a fast track to Malawi.
Nayuchi, Malawi-Mozambique border, Dec 20 - An unimposing railway runs alongside the dusty dirt road between Liwonde in Malawi and the port of Nacala in northern Mozamibique.
While the road is bad and bumpy, the rail line is long and empty. Goats graze between the tracks. Kids play on the rails. Trains come slowly and infrequently. One 77-kilometre stretch of railway has fallen into such disrepair that 60 minute journey from Cuamba, Mozambique to the Malawi border now lasts a full 10 hours. "And it's a bumpy ride," adds S.H.A. Ngwale, station master at Nayuchi. Moreover, a shortage of locomotives means cargo can take months to arrive. Freight coming from Nacala port has a notorious two-month backlog.

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History Hominids are known to have inhabited the Malawi area as long as two million years ago. The remains of settlements of modern humans dating back some 100,000 years have been found on the shores of Lake Malawi. Evidence suggests that these were the same Boskopoid people who inhabited much of this part of Africa: the ancestors of the pygmies in Central Africa and the San ('Bushmen') of Southern Africa, who now survive only in isolated pockets. About 2000 years ago these 'Stone Age Malawians' came under pressure from another race of people, the Bantu, who where gradually migrating into the area. The Bantu brought knowledge of iron working with them, giving them the edge in both agriculture and warfare. Eventually, the Bantu completely dominated the earlier inhabitants. Further migrations brought Bantu peoples from the Congo region, via Tanzania, into northern Malawi. In the south, groups came from present-day Za¯re and established a kingdom that ruled the southern area of the country. The early 19th century brought two significant migrations. The Yao, from western Mozambique, invaded the highlands of southern Malawi, killing the more peaceful local inhabitants as they went, or capturing them for sale into slavery. The Yao, brandishing firearms supplied them by Arab traders on the east coast, were one of several African tribes who supplied slave traders by raiding the interior. About the same time, Zulus from present-day South Africa began moving into southern Malawi and eventually spread throughout the country, overpowering many local tribes.

86. Lonely Planet World Guide | Destination Malawi | Introduction
Full country nameRepublic of malawi Area 118,500 sq km (45,747 Tonga, Ngoni, Ngonde,Asian, European Languages English, Chichewa, regional languages Religion
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Area: 118,500 sq km (45,747 sq mi)
Population: 10.4 million
Capital city: Lilongwe (pop 260,000)
People: Chewa, Nyanja, Tumbuko, Yao, Lomwe, Sena, Tonga, Ngoni, Ngonde, Asian, European
Languages: English, Chichewa, regional languages
Religion: 55% Protestant, 20% Roman Catholic, 20% Muslim, traditional indigenous beliefs
Government: Multi-party democracy
President: Bakili Muluzi GDP: US$8.9 billion

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Website access to information: News from the Stop TB Partnership Secretariat web site Staff changes in the Secretariat The Secretariat thanks Dr Jacob Kumaresan and wishes him the best for his new career in New York with the International Trachoma Initiative. Best wishes go also to Ian Smith, Medical Officer in the Stop TB Partnership Secretariat, who has joined the office of Dr J.W. Lee, Director-General nominee. The StopTB Coordinating Board has agreed with the secondment by the International Union Against TB and Lung Diseases (IUATLD) of Dr Nils Billo, Executive Director of the IUATLD, as Acting Executive Secretary of the StopTB Partnership Secretariat until a definitive recruitment has been made for that position. WHO will facilitate the secondment so that Dr Nils Billo can begin to work in the partnership secretariat in early March 2003. We would like to thank the Stop TB partners for their commitment and quick consensus in finding an appropriate solution.

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