Win a dream holiday to Malawi
You could be off on a dream holiday to Malawi!
You (and a lucky friend) will spend 7 nights exploring all that the Warm Heart of Africa has to offer, including relaxing on the shores of Lake Malawi, marvelling in the luscious beauty of its tea estates and taking a walk on the wild side on safari.
The prize also includes free return flights from London Heathrow to Malawi for 2 people generously provided by Kenya Airways!
How to Win
Buy a Malawian product from one of the hundreds of retailers across Scotland
(some products available online only)
SNAP & SHARE IT
Take a selfie with the product & share it on Twitter or Instagram using #BuyMalawian2017
ENTER YOUR DETAILS
Fill in your details to complete your competition entry & be eligible to win the holiday to Malawi
I've shared my selfie on Twitter using #BuyMalawian2017, what do I do next?
I'd love to take part in this competition, but I don't have Twitter or Instagram. Can I still enter?
Remember: you must also enter your details online here to be eligible to win the holiday
Do I ask my friends and family to vote for my photo?
Absolutely! Ask your friends to vote for your photo (this can increase your chance of wining a prize.)
1. Find your photo in the online gallery
2. Click on the 'share' icon in the top-right corner
3. Share your photo on social media and ask your friends to vote for your photo
What are the prizes?
One lucky person will win a dream holiday to Malawi. Full details here >>
We also have 10 Malawian hampers to give away, full of all the delicious products available in the #BuyMalawian2017 campaign!
How will the winner be chosen?
10 entries (9 with the most “votes” on the gallery, and 1 randomly selected contact) will each win a #BuyMalawian2017 hamper.
The winner of the dream holiday to Malawi will be selected at random from these top 10 photo entries.
The deadline for all entries is 10pm on 9th April 2017. The winner will be contacted on 10th April 2017.
What are the terms and conditions of the competition?
Why is the 19th March significant?
Through his travels, Dr David Livingstone fought against the slave trade and looked to open new trade routes into Africa to support its economic development.
150+ years later, the Scotland Malawi Partnership is continuing this same mission; hoping to cement Livingstone’s birthday – 19th March – as an annual “buy Malawian” day, to promote Malawian produce and support sustainable economic development.