The Malawian president discusses his nation’s meals shortage and overseas help dependency.
Malawi has loved peace and political stability since its independence in 1964.
However the landlocked nation is closely depending on overseas help and meals shortage has change into a urgent problem.
In accordance with the World Meals Programme, some 5.4 million Malawians – or 33 p.c of the inhabitants – do not need sufficient to eat. The COVID-19 pandemic and the battle in Ukraine have made issues worse for the small nation and its individuals.
Will Malawians see the nation and financial system Lazarus Chakwera promised to ship throughout his presidential marketing campaign?
The president of Malawi, Lazarus Chakwera, talks to Al Jazeera.