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The Malawi Lake Basin Programme (MLBP) is a sustainable rural livelihoods development program being implemented by a consortium of five organizations; We Effect, Farmers Union of Malawi (FUM), National Smallholder Farmers’ Association of Malawi (NASFAM), and Malawi Union of Savings and Credit Co-operatives (MUSCCO) and Vi-Agro forestry. MUSCCO is leading in financial services provision and financial literacy through Village Savings and Loans Associations which lead to Community SACCOs’ formation and strengthening.

MUSCCO is partnering with Rural Livelihood and Economic Enhancement Programme (RLEEP), to increase access to financial services by smallholder and dairy farmers in Ntchisi, Thyolo and Blantyre Districts, reaching out to 11,000 farmers and formation of two SACCOs.

MUSCCO is partnering with Development Fund of Norway to implement two programmes on sustainable agriculture in a consortium arrangement with other organizations namely; Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (CEPA), African Institute Corporate Citizenship (AICC), Mzuzu ADD (MZADD), Find Your Feet (FYF) and Network for Youth Development (NFYD). The role of MUSCCO is financial services access and financial literacy reaching out to 100,000 resource poor households to address the following inter-related causes of food insecurity, poverty and limited access to financial services in Lilongwe, Mzimba, Nkhata Bay, Dowa and Ntchisi districts.

MUSCCO is partnering with Development Fund of Norway to implement two programmes on sustainable agriculture in a consortium arrangement with other organizations namely; Centre for Environmental Policy and Advocacy (CEPA), African Institute Corporate Citizenship (AICC), Mzuzu ADD (MZADD), Find Your Feet (FYF) and Network for Youth Development (NFYD). The role of MUSCCO is financial services access and financial literacy reaching out to 100,000 resource poor households to address the following inter-related causes of food insecurity, poverty and limited access to financial services in Lilongwe, Mzimba, Nkhata Bay, Dowa and Ntchisi districts.