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Welcome to our publications section, where you can access some of the AICC's documents, by clicking on a link provided in the paragraph written under the title of each and every document below: 

EMPOWERED RURAL WOMEN SUCCESS STORIES

This booklet is a selection of stories depicting some of the successes, that AICC has registered through the Women Economic Empowerment (WEE) project. The project is implemented in Mchinji and Mzimba District. The stories specifically focus on the interventions that AICC has undertaken in strengthening women participation in strategic decision making, financial enhancement, change in livelihood and surge in groundnuts productivity...images/Publications/Empowered_Rural_Women.pdf

MALAWI AGRO-DEALER

Welcome to the first ever edition of “Malawi Agrodealer” for African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC). This issue is dedicated to disseminate interventions and awareness on initiatives being done by AICC through the Agribusiness Acceleration Initiative (AAI). AAI project is a project that is addressing some of the challenges that agrodealers are facing in Malawi through building capacity of SMEs to increase small agribusinesses turnover, profitability, enable small rural agribusiness, increase number of farmer suppliers/customers...images/Publications/Malawi_Agro-Dealer_Newsletter.pdf

A REFLECTION BRIEF ON THE ADOPTION OF A TECHNOLOGY 

For the past years, Malawi has been importing most horticultural produce from the neighboring countries. This has been the case because the production in the country is usually very low to carter for the growing population demand on the market. Currently, the production of horticulture crops solely depends on the smallholder farmers who mostly have small land holding capacity and limited resources...images/Publications/A_Reflection_Brief_on_the_Adoption_of_a_Technology_.pdf

2020 COTTON MARKETING ILLUSION AND REALITIES

Cotton is one of the major agro-based foreign exchange earner in Malawi, However, for the past decade, cotton production in the country has been characterized by a steady decrease in production levels to as low as 10,000 Mt in 2018/19 season. The African Institute of Corporate Citizenship had noted the urgency of having a multi-stakeholder dialogue platform to provide space for cotton stakeholders to design innovative solutions for the development of the sector through public private partnerships.... images/COTTON/Cotton_Marketing_Illusion_and_realities.pdf

AICC APRIL-JULY 2018 NEWSLETTER

Greetings and warm welcome to yet another year of the Corporate Citizenship. This is our first issue in the 2018/19 year and we couldn’t be more excited to have made it this far. Our last publication was in 2017 and it is surely like just yesterday when that was done. We are a proud team that wants to continue with this publication so that we disseminate news emanating from our various programmes and projects.... images/documents/April_July_2018_Newsletter.pdf

AICC DECEMBER 2017 NEWSLETTER

Welcome to the last edition for the year 2017 and the last but one edition for the 2017/2018 financial quarter. This edition focuses on major activities that the African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) has undertaken and also highlights some of the successes registered in the quarter....images/documents/Corporate_Citizen_Dec_2017.pdf

AICC 2016-2017 NEWSLETTER

Malawi is grappling with development challenges that include stunted economic growth and development, climate change, environmental concerns, population growth and general welfare decline of its citizenry. We have now reached a major turning point where innovation, efficiency and competitiveness are very key to reverse the trends.... images/documents/AICC_Newsletter_2016-2017.pdf

AICC SEPTEMBER 2016 NEWLETTER

The 2nd issue of the Corporate Citizenship for AICC financial year 2016/17 is yet another exciting edition that goes beyond the normal reporting but also strive to effectively inform, educate and propagate the notion of Corporate Citizenship across all sectors in the country.....images/documents/AICC_Newsletter_Septermber_2016.pdf

AICC OCTOBER 2016- JANUARY 2017 NEWSLETTER 

Welcome to yet another edition of the Corporate Citizenship. In this edition, we take a closer look at various initiatives AICC has been undertaking during the last quarter as well as success stories registered in various projects over the year....images/documents/AICC_Newsletter_for_web.pdf

AICC JULY -SEPTEMBER 2016 NEWSLETTER

Welcome our dear readers to yet another edition of the corporate Citizen newsletter. In this edition we highlight some notable activities and successes the organisation continue to register in various areas of its operations....images/documents/AICC_Newsletter_press.pdf

BAAC 2009 NEWSLETTER

My name is Matthias Seeler and I’m the new program manager of the Malawian ‘Business Action Against Corruption’ (BAAC), which is run by the ‘African Institute for Corporate Citizenship’ (AICC). I started working in August on a two years contract. I’m a 45 year old German and studied on Business Administration and Vocational Education with special focus on Business Ethics. Probably most important, I’m an owner manager of a German company. Therefore, I think I have an understanding of the problems and conflicts you have to face in your day to day business....images/documents/BAAC-Newsletter_12-2009.pdf

APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2016 MALAWI GROUNDNUTS OUTLOOK

This is a quarterly outlook for the groundnuts subsector. It presents an analysis of the groundnuts value chains trends along different parameters of the chain with the aim of providing an outlook for next three months domestically...images/documents/Malawi_GroundNuts_Outlook__April-_Sept_2016.pdf

SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER 2016 MALAWI RICE OUTLOOK

The Malawi Rice Outlook is a periodic publication by African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) aimed at informing Rice stakeholders on the current, medium term and long term prospects in the sector. It draws its contents from the domestic, Africa and global prospective to provide up to date information about the rice sector...images/documents/Malawi_Rice_Outlook__Sept-_Nov_2016.pdf

JANUARY- MARCH 2017 MALCOTTON COMMENTARY

Raw materials used in the clothing and textile industry come from natural fibers and manmade fibers. Natural fibers are strands that originate from nature and are in the form of animal and plant fibers while man-made fibers are threads that are chemically manufactured and are in the form of synthetic and regenerated fibers (polyester and nylon)...images/documents/Malcotton_Commentary_Jan_to_March_2017.pdf

DECEMBER 2016 MALCOTTON COMMENTARY

For years, natural fibers have dominated the textile industry, with cotton being the undisputed material used for making garments and home furnishing...images/documents/Malcotton_Commentary_December_2016.pdf

JANUARY-MARCH 2017 MALCOTTON OUTLOOK

Malcotton Outlook is a quarterly cotton outlook periodical that mainly focuses on the future prospects of the cotton value chain in Malawi by analysing previous and current trends in the sector both domestically and globally with an aim of providing up to date information related to cotton for sector vibrancy...images/documents/Malcotton_Outlook_Jan-Mar_2017.pdf

APRIL- JUNE 2016 MALCOTTON OUTLOOK

The cotton market in Malawi is composed of several players with varying interests. Smallholder cotton producers account for about 99% of total cotton production in Malawi with the rest coming from estate sector mainly Toleza Farm...images/documents/Malcotton_Outlook__April-June_2016.pdf

APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2016 PIGEON PEAS OUTLOOK

The Malawi pigeon peas Outlook is a periodical publication that aims at informing legumes stakeholders on current status and most importantly mid-term and longterm prospects for the pigeon peas value chain in Malawi. Produced by the African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC), the publication looks at issues within the pigeon peas value chain as per the domestic and international trends...images/documents/PIGEON_PEAS_Outlook__April-_Sept_2016.pdf

APRIL-SEPTEMBER 2016 SOYABEAN OUTLOOK

The Malawi Soybean outlook presents an analysis of Soybean value chain in the country with specific focus on production, market price as well as general trade trends in Malawi and how it is likely going to perform along these parameters in the next 6 months...images/documents/Soybean_Outlook__April_-_Sept_2016.pdf

AICC AWARENESS CONCEPTS AND THEORIES

This manual leaves much of the corporate citizenship concepts untouched....images/documents/AICC_Awareness_concepts_and_theories.pdf

AICC CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP MAINSTREAMING IN AFRICA

This documents introduces readers to concepts and theories of corporate citizenship...images/documents/AICC_Corporate_Citizenship_Mainstreaming_Corporate_Citizenship_in_Africa.pdf

COTTON COUNCIL OF MALAWI SCOPE

Cotton has potential to impact Malawi’s overall economic growth for several reasons including the creation of more jobs, if the integrated cotton textiles and garment chain is revamped. There is capacity for Malawi to produce more than 100,000 metric tonnes of seed cotton through creation of a conducive production and marketing environment.......images/documents/CCM_SCOPE_2019.pdf

 COTTON STRATEGIC PLAN

The Malawi Cotton Development Strategy (MCDS) aims at transforming the sector and broadening its product range through innovation, agro-processing and value addition. It has been developed in view of the vital role that the Cotton crop can play in the economy of Malawi as a source of foreign exchange, livelihood support for farmers, and a source of raw materials for industry, among others.....images/documents/Cotton_Strategic_Plan_.pdf

FROM NANDOLO TO PIGEON PEAS

The journey from Nandolo to pigeon peas in Malawi is a mixed bag of excitement, hope, frustrations, fights and looting: excitement because of the unprecedented boom in production, hope because of promising pace at which it set to replace heavy-rains-reliant crops and tobacco, frustrations because of the short-lived hope it brought, fights because of the myriad stakeholder interest, looting because of the unfortunate arcade it built for actors who pride themselves as architects of state looting and exploilatory opportunist tendencies. The journey continues but the “Promised Land” remains out of reach....images/documents/From_Nandolo_to_Pigeon_Peas_AICC.pdf

MALAWI SDGS MAGAZINE

I am pleased to welcome all our readers to the first edition of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Magazine produced by the African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC). In order to succeed, government, organizations and institutions need to move with the development wave. Currently the world is moving forward at an everquickening pace. End of 2015 and beginning of 2016 proved to be the beginning of an exciting journey to development with the introduction of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)....images/documents/Malawi_SDGs_Magazine_1st_Edition.pdf

CONSUMER PREFERENCE OF RICE PRODUCTS REPORT

Global supplies of major cereals have exceeded overall demand in recent years. This has led to a significant buildup of surplus and much lower prices in international markets as compared to the previous decade. World production of major cereals reached a new height in 2017, exceeding the previous peak in 2016 which has further grown in 2018. Global production of cereals is projected to increase by 13% by 2027. This increase is attributed to improved high yields due introduction of new technologies like Systems of Rice Intensification(SRI) and improved varieties (OECD-FAO,2017)...images/documents/Consumer_Prefference_of_Rice_and_Rice_Products_Report.pdf

 

 

 

 
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