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The benefits and costs of building resilience for food security in Malawi

2010 Available in English

Members of a community in rural Malawi.

Members of a community in rural Malawi. Photo: Genelle Aldred/Tearfund

This report shows how the drought risk reduction activities of a Tearfund partner in northern Malawi were found to have a cost-benefit ratio of at least 1:24.

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