CIG Calls on President of Malawi HE Dr Lazarus Chakwera to Discuss Civil Service Reform

October 21, 2022
LILONGWE (Malawi), 21 October 2022 — The Chandler Institute of Governance (CIG) called on the President of Malawi, His Excellency Dr Lazarus Chakwera at Kamuzu Palace, State House. The courtesy call concluded CIG's working visit to discuss areas of collaboration with the Government of Malawi.

During the meeting, participants affirmed the importance of good governance and effective and efficient civil service to support public service delivery. CIG also reported its findings and proposals, as discussed with senior Malawi officials, to President Chakwera.
CIG delegation with President of Malawi HE Dr Lazarus Chakwera with Dr Janet Banda, Deputy Secretary to the President and Cabinet and senior Malawi government officials.
(Photo credit: Malawi State House)
Wu Wei Neng, CIG's Executive Director, expressed keen interest and appreciation for the partnership with the Government of Malawi:
"I would like to express our appreciation and excitement for an opportunity to collaborate with the Malawi Government. It is a privilege to work with the various ministries, departments and agencies to support public sector training, and to strengthen the performance assessment and management system for the public sector."
Wu Wei Neng
Executive Director, Chandler Institute of Governance (CIG)
Mr Wu Wei Neng, CIG’s Executive Director, presenting Dr Lazarus Chakwera, President of Malawi, with Governance Matters magazine, CIG’s flagship annual publication which features public sector stories and tradecraft from government leaders and experts globally.
(Photo credit: Malawi State House)
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