Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world, has been awarded a $20m contract by the Philippines government to supply equipment for the project neVada project.
The project is designed to help boost the economy of the Philippines after years of political unrest and economic stagnation in Malawi.
The project, which is due to begin construction in 2019, is to provide projection equipment and other equipment to help the country achieve its goal of a 70% employment growth over 10 years.
A total of $90m has already been earmarked for the Malawi project.
Malawi is a small island nation of just over 2,300 people.
It is located in the South Pacific Ocean and lies in the Indian Ocean, the western coast of South Africa and the eastern coast of the United States.
According to the World Bank, the country’s economy is projected to grow by 4.6% this year, reaching $7.5 billion.