Malawi Secondary Cities Plan

ORG Permanent Modernity

On May 31, 2022, the Malawi government, through the National Planning Commission (NPC), launched the Malawi Secondary Cities Plan (MSCP). Through this plan, eight cities will be developed across all regions of the country. MSCP is the result of a three-year-long collaboration, technically led by ORG. They joined forces with multiple stakeholders, from government officials to private organizations and institutions, coming to support the ‘Malawi 2063’ Vision which includes long- and medium-term development plans for the country.

MSCP presents as key goals: 1) to identify catalytic locations for strategic investments through a data-driven analytical process guided by national agendas; 2) to establish a coordinated and comprehensive development promotion through strategic clustering of assets and projects; 3) to promote land-use efficiency in locations where land is on high demand; and 4) to diversify economic growth in rural areas through cross-sectoral programs.

 

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The Malawi Government, through the National Planning Commission (NPC), launched the Malawi Secondary Cities Plan (MSCP) through which eight cities will be developed across the country, with technical leadership by ORG Permanent Modernity.