Research

This website provides policymakers, program managers, and service providers with key research studies and assessments conducted in Malawi or related to family planning and population issues in Malawi. The documents in this section include scientific and programmatic knowledge available from Popline and Medline for 2009-2013.

This collection will be updated periodically to reflect new research findings and programmatic knowledge. If you know of relevant research publications that are missing, please let us know.

Publications and Resources

Final Reports

Malawi Demographic Dividend Study Report

Malawi Demographic and Health Survey, 2015/16 Key findings

2008 Population and Housing Census Main Report

Malawi Demographic and Health Survey 2010 report

Malawi Demographic and Health Survey 2004 report

Malawi Demographic and Health Survey 2000 report

Malawi Demographic and Health Survey 1992 report

Malawi 2010-2011 Third Integrated Household Survey (IHS-3)

Estimating the Costs of Nonintegrated and Integrated Family Planning and HIV Facility Services

Family Planning and HIV Integration in Malawi: Stakeholder Interviews: A Policy Review

Family Planning and HIV Integration in Malawi: Stakeholder Interviews

Gender-Based Violence in Malawi: A Literature Review to Inform the National Response

Inconsistencies in the Total Fertility Rate and Contraceptive Prevalence Rate in Malawi

Fact Sheets and briefs

Malawi DHS 2010 Fact Sheet

Malawi DHS, 2010 – HIV Fact Sheet

Malawi Population Data Sheet 2012

Click here for district-specific fact sheets

Youth Friendly Health Services in Malawi: Do youth know of and use these services?

Benefits of Meeting the Contraceptive Needs for Malawian Women

Family Planning and HIV Integration in Malawi: A Policy and Systems-Level Analysis (poster)

Peace In My Home, Peace in My Country: Informing Malawi’s National Response to Intimate Partner Violence

Why Population Matters to Malawi’s Development (Primer)

Malawi MDG Endline Survey Key Findings Report

Does Contraception Use Always Lead to Lower Fertility? The Case of Malawi

Youth-Friendly Health Services in Malawi: Young People’s Sexual Experiences

Malawi’s Pathway to a Demographic Dividend

A Vision for the Health and Wellbeing of Malawi’s Young People

Other Related Reports

Changes in the Direct and Indirect Determinants of Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa

Spousal Agreement on Family Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa

Journal Articles on Malawian Studies on Family Planning, Reproductive Health and HIV-AIDS

Slowing Population Growth in Malawi – Stakeholder Analysis 2012

Lessons from the Recent Rise in Use of Family Planning in Malawi

Spousal Agreement on Family Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa (English)

Cost-Effectiveness of Integrating PMTCT and MNCH Services An Application of the LiST Model for Malawi, Mozambique, and Uganda

Trends and Differentials in Adolescent Reproductive Behavior in Sub-Saharan Africa

USAID report on Malawi-cover

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