By Mark Maske and Alex Abad-SantosUpdated Mar 06, 2018 07:56:25Malawi has been ranked as the country with the worst orphanages in the world and the country has just released its annual report on its orphanages.
In fact, the report is so dismal, it’s ranked at #1 on the list of countries with the lowest rate of child deaths in the whole world.
Malawi’s top ranking is in fact due to a huge difference in how the country allocates its resources.
Malawi allocates money to its orphanage system in the form of a per capita cap.
In other words, the number of orphans in a given year depends on the amount of money that the state gives to its charity, Malawi’s Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) reports.
In 2014, Malawians allocated just $1,100 per person per year for the orphanages, with the total amount allocated going to about 5,000 children.
This means that just 1% of the money spent on the system goes to the children.
According to the DSDWD, this means that even though most of the funding goes to charity, the amount that goes to those children actually has a direct impact on their lives.
The DSDWDP said that even with these per capita caps, the money allocated to Malawi children is not being spent on improving their lives because they are not receiving the education that they need.
This is especially true of the children who are at risk of going to school, according to the report.
This is because Malawi does not have the facilities to educate children in the most basic of ways.
It has not even the infrastructure to run regular schools, according the DWDDP.
The country has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the entire world, according a report by the United Nations.
This can be attributed to a lack of early education and basic services.
For instance, the DSSDDP said it spent $17.2 million in 2016 on the construction of schools, which is only 4% of what the country’s primary school needs.
The money that was used to build schools is used to pay for a variety of other things like health care, schooling, healthcare, and nutrition for the children in their care.
The report also highlighted the fact that the system is underfunded and that the money that goes into the system has been spent so that there is not a single one child in Malawi.
The number of children living in the country is currently at about 2.7 million, which has been the same since the early 1970s.
As a result, there are currently only around 15,000 orphans, according DSSWD.
The DSSDP said there are about 5 million Malawian orphans living in orphanages across the country.
There are also concerns that the current system is not doing enough to help children living with disabilities.
The report said that the number and type of services offered to children living within the country are poor.
There are no physical or mental health centers in the orphanage.
The problem is compounded by the fact, according some experts, that the government is not really spending enough money on programs like literacy and physical education.
Some experts say that the country does not spend enough on the basic needs of the country, such as food and clothing, but rather it spends far too much on the military.
According the DDSWD, it is also important to note that in 2017, the government did allocate funds to help the children of the orphans.
This included the construction and upkeep of a mental health facility.
It was the first time that a national program was undertaken to help these children.
The government, however, has yet to provide any financial support for these children to access education, as some have called for.
The government, in turn, has not provided any data on how many of these children actually go to school.
It is important to remember that the average child in the Malawi system is only about one year old, and the children are not expected to go to secondary school.
The most shocking statistic is that, according one study, only 0.6% of Malawia’s child population has been enrolled in the national secondary education system.
The remaining 86.3% of children are enrolled in private institutions.
According Malawi to the World Bank, the percentage of children who have access to education is only 2.6%.
This is because it takes years for children to go through the education system and they have to apply to be enrolled in schools, the World Trade Organization (WTO) reported in 2017.
In fact, this study found that the only way that children could access education is through special educational programs.
According to this study, children who cannot afford to attend schools do not have access at all.
The WHO report said this lack