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Patrick Kalamula

International Connectivity

The Digital Malawi project has engaged Ubuntunet Alliance to provide last mile international connectivity under Malawi Research Education Network.

ICT Regulation, Strategy and Policy Development

As a way to ensure the project follows the stipulated policies, regulations and strategy in the implementation of the different components. The project team in partnership with different stakeholders is drafting strategy documents that need to be passed, such as the Data protection Bill.

E-Government Payment System.

An e-government payment system will act as a gateway for all payments in the public service. It will connect different systems such as Immigration, Road traffic, MRA etc. to have all financial transactions etc. done on one platform. The procurement process for this activity has… Read More »E-Government Payment System.


The project is procuring an Electronic Document and Records Management system for the National Achieves in order to help easily manage and track different records under its jurisdiction. The procurement activity is currently under way.

Free Wi-Fi Connectivity

The Digital Malawi project has signed a contract with TNM to provide free Wi-Fi connectivity to selected public institutions in the country such as hospitals, schools etc. The activity is set to commence any time from now.


What steps are involved in PPP? The PPP project cycle covers five distinct phases; project identification, initial viability assessment, project preparation and development, project procurement and the post contract phase.Minis… read more Why does the Malawi Government need PPPs? The Government of Malawi has recognised and… Read More »Launch

First Announcement

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