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Napa UNFCCC Malawi-2006
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    REPUBLIC OF MALAWI MALAWI’S NATIONAL ADAPTATION PROGRAMMES OF ACTION (NAPA) UNDER THE UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC) FIRST EDITION Ministry of Mines, Natural Resources and Environment  Environmental Affairs Department March 2006   ii Fig. 1: Map of Africa showing the position of Malawi   iiiFig. 2: Map of Malawi Showing Vulnerable Communities and Areas Where Sectoral Assessment Studies Were Done Karonga (Floods and Drought) Salima (Floods and Drought) Zomba (Drought and Dry Spells) Chikwawa (Floods and Drought) Chongoni (Forest fires)  Nsanje (Floods, Drought, and Dry spells)   iv  ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT PRIVATE BAG 394 LILONGWE 3. MALAWI. Tel: (265) 1 771 111/773 660 Fax: (265) 1 773 379 Email: eadinfo@sdnp.org.mw  Copyright © February 2006 Environmental Affairs Department ISBN 99908-26-52-2 All rights reserved  No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior permission of the Environmental Affairs Department. Printed by Image Printing Works, Lilongwe Front cover shows: 1 2 3 1.   View of Lake Malawi in Mangochi with canoes and cages for fish farming on the lake 2.   A Maize Garden Vulnerable to Floods in the Lower Shire River Basin. As result, the farmer has lost crop due to the submerging of the garden in water, but also the garden can only be reached by canoe. 3.   Children carrying Firewood as a Source of Energy
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