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The independence Day of Malawi

Africa has long been regarded as the cradle of humanity', and hominid ('humanlike') species are known to have inhabited the area now called Malawi, along with many other parts of East and Southern Africa, between three and two million years ago. The oldest hominid remnant found in Malawi is a single jawbone of the species Homo rudolfensis, which palaeontologists calculate to be 2.5 million years old.

 

The independence Day of Malawi

Independence Day is a public holiday in Malawi observed on July 6th each year. Also known as Republic Day, this is Malawi's National Day and commemorates independence from Britain on this day in 1966.

Source:

Else, D. (2001). Malawi. Lonely Planet.

Relationship between Malawi and Assumption University of Thailand

On the occasion of the Independence Day of Malawi (July 6, 2021), the management, administrators, lecturers, staff, students and alumni of Assumption University of Thailand (AU), would like to congratulate and express their sincerest & best wishes for the Malawian and our partner institutions happiness, successes and prosperity.

There were the memorandums of understanding between Assumption University of Thailand and the Malawi’s universities for developing international exchange and cooperation programs based upon the principle of reciprocity. The MOUs are as follows;

  • Memorandum of understanding between Assumption University of Thailand and Pentecostal Life University of Malawi. (2020-01-31) Read more…
  • Memorandum of understanding between Assumption University of Thailand and Exploits University, Malawi. (2012-09-07) Read more…

Related Links

Malawian Embassy in Bangkok: https://embassybangkok.com/malawian/

Memorandum of understanding between Assumption University of Thailand and Pentecostal Life University of Malawi: https://repository.au.edu/handle/6623004553/23935

Memorandum of understanding between Assumption University of Thailand and Exploits University, Malawi: https://repository.au.edu/handle/6623004553/17389

 

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