Where we Work.

Vuna works in five countries in East and Southern Africa
with new and existing CSA activities.


In Malawi, Vuna works with government, private sector companies and regional organisations to deliver projects with the following focus:

Increasing the availability and use of CSA evidence. Our research papers focus on:

  1. Understanding the Impacts of Climate Change
  2. Comparative Assessment of Seed Delivery Systems for Drought Tolerant Crops
  3. Improving Climate Resilience of Value Chains
  4. Assessing the contributions of Conservation Agriculture to building resilience to drought
  5. Strategies for Assessing Scale-Up
  6. Comparative Assessment of Weather Insurance Strategies
  7. Mapping Climate, Climate Change and Agriculture
  8. Evidence, Learning and Influencing Small Grants
  9. Agricultural Drought and Climate Smart Agriculture

Read the research reports of our Evidence work.

Promoting Enabling Environments. Our policy and framework activities focus on:

  1. CSA Strategy and Coordination in Malawi
  2. Improved CSA Training of farmers and outgrowers
  3. Helping governments navigate the processes, systems and requirements of accessing global Climate Finance for CSA
  4. Improving and promoting the Measuring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of CSA activities in the country.

Read more about our work with governments and policy makers.

Innovating Agricultural Business Models. Our innovation models in Malawi focus on:

  1. Gender transformative regional seed systems for CSA. We’re working with women-owned seed companies in Malawi (and Zambia) to promote access to high-quality legume seeds, training in CSA practices to increase quantity and quality of their yields and support on seed buying and trade.
  2. Increasing Climate Resilience through dairy development for smallholder farmers. We’re working with dairy farmers in Malawi to promote Climate Smart Agriculture practices and technologies that improve the quantity and quality of milk production. These type of practices include hydroponic fodder growth systems and biogas digesters.

Read more about our innovation models.

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