Pink chitenje (pl. zitenje) cloth. Three female figures repeated in border with text "Voterani Aphungu Achizimayi." Design repeated with large circle depicting female speaker in front of a crowd with "Voterani Aphungu Achizimayi" along the top and bottom of the circle. Each large circle is connected to four small circles, two with the text "Pace-Net" above a circle enclosing an outline of Africa against a brick background; two with the text "Gender Equality Support Project (GESP) - CIDA)."
Cloth with patterned, horizontal stripes of green, yellow, and black. Over the stripes is a repeated pattern of large swags decorated with emblems, flags, and the 50 year logo of Ghana frame a portrait of Kwame Nkrumah. The 50 year logo read " 50 GHANA Championing African Excellence" in English. An alternating patter of Ghanaian flags and political emblems run along the bottom of the cloth. Smaller ribbon motifs flank the top and bottom of the nation's flags identifying Dr. Kwame Nkrumah as the "FIRST PRIME MINISTER" and the dates of indepenence "MARCH 1957 GHANA INDEPENDENCE MARCH 2007" in English.
Red cloth commemorating H. K. Banda's first 20 years of political leadership in Malawi. Portraits of Banda are repeated across the center, interspersed with images of two clenched fists with a severed rope tied about both wrists. The lower border has repeated designs incorporating a black rooster and a red setting sun, with the numbers "1958" "20" and "1978" above.
Magenta, gold, and blue chitenje (pl. zitenje) commemorating the official marriange of President Bakili Muluzi and Patricia Shanil Fukulani Dzimbiri (Shanil Muluzi), to whom he had already been married for 12 years. Three circles contain a heart-shaped image of the bride and groom with the text "Happy Marriage 9th October 1999."
Blue chitenje (pl. zitenje) cloth with the text "Malawi peace and unity in the new Millennium". Diamond-shaped emblems with border text "Millennium 2000" are repeated across the cloth. The lower portion includes small portraits of Dr. H.K. Banda, Dr. Livingstone, Dr. B. Muluzi, and John Chilembwe, also repeated across the cloth.
Blue and yellow cloth with many small images of women engaged in various activities, with the text "International Women's Day March 8" in English and French. Small images of an outline of Cameroon, in yellow, red, and green, are repeated across the cloth. The border includes circular motifs with an image of four arms, with each hand clasping the wrist of another, and various texts describing roles of women.
Front view of blue blouse with large image of Hastings Kamuzu Banda and the text "Peace, progress and prosperity under Kamuzu, 1964-1989". The lower border is a yellow band with images of a red setting sun and black roosters and the text "Silver Jubilee of Independence", along with Roman numerals "XXV"
Yellow, pink and blue wall hanging commemorating the official wedding of President Bakili Muluzi and Patricia Shanil Fukulani Dzimbiri (Shanil Muluzi), to whom he had already been married for 12 years. A single large circle contains a heart-shaped image of the bride and groom and the text "Happy Marriage 9th October 1999". There is a blue and yellow floral design in each corner.