Thursday, July 18, 2024

Pres. Chakwera leaves Malawi for Tanzania’s Human Capital Summit Tuesday


President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera will be leaving the country on Tuesday to attend the Human Capital Summit in Dar es Salaam, the United Republic of Tanzania. During the summit, he will present Malawi’s development goals to the global community. The theme of the summit is ‘Investing in people for building a High-productivity, Inclusive, Resilient income,’ which aligns with President Chakwera’s vision of having a vibrant human capital to drive the Malawi 2063 agenda.

The President is expected to address various topics during the summit, with a particular focus on youth empowerment, a key priority for his administration. His goal is to promote Malawi’s interests in health, labor, youth empowerment, and early childhood development, all contributing to the achievement of Malawi 2063 under the African Union.

Additionally, President Chakwera may have bilateral meetings with other Heads of State on the sidelines of the summit, possibly following up on commitments made during Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s recent state visit to Malawi. Both leaders emphasized the importance of resolving issues that have affected business between the two countries, and their respective Ministers of Trade were instructed to collaborate on finding solutions.

The Human Capital Summit holds significant importance, with support from the World Bank further highlighting its significance as a platform to drive positive change and development for the nation.

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