The Malawian Economic Justice Network released a statement in early September. It expressed “concern with the status of Civil Society participation in the PRSP process to date”. “Several recommendations have been put forward since the process started. But as the process is coming close to the end, national ownership we have been trying to build is fast diminishing. Civil society in Malawi was committed to producing a genuine PRSP that will, in the long run, see genuine poverty reduction of Malawians.”
Review maintains inadequate and inconsistent approach to economic and gender inequality, as well as climate change.
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