The Malawi Electoral Commission accredited the follwing 69 Service Providers to conduct Civic and Voter Education for the 2009 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections throughout the country:

Accredited Service Providers in 2009 Malawi Election
1.Episcopal Conference of Malawi 2.Church and Socienty-Livingstonia Synod
3.National Initiative for Civic Education 4.Human Rights Consultative Committee
5.Church and Society-Blantyre Synod 6.Youth Net and Counselling
7.Center for Multiparty Democracy 8.Public Affairs Committee
9.Nation Women's Lobby 10.Muslim Association of Malawi
11.Center for Human Rights and Rehabilitation 12.National Elections Trust
13.Civil Liberties Committee 14.Christian Service Committee
15.Society for Advancement of Women 16.Church and Society-Nkhoma Synod
17.Gender Support Programme 18.Malawi Local Government Association
19.Islamic Information Bureau 20.Malawi Council of Churches
21.Malawi Congress of Trade Unions 22.Quadria Muslim Association
23.Center for Human Rights Education,Advice and Assistance(CHREAA) 24.Association of Progressive Women
25.Institute of Policy Interaction 26.Malawi Human Rights Youth Networks
27.Pan African Civic Educators 28.Centre for Development and Communications
29.Ntchisi Organisation for Youth 30.Centre for Sustainable Development
31.Nation Youth Council 32.Millenium Goals Development Team
33.Nation League for Democracy and Development 34.Demokalase Yathu Project
35.Active Youth Initiative for Social Enhancement 36.Youth Arm
37.Ladder for Rural Development Organisation 38.Elderly People's Association
39.Mbawemi Women's Group 40.Young Politicians Union
41.Civil Rights Advocacy 42.Malawi Union for the Blind
43.Chinansi Foundation 44.Neno Youth Works
45.Active Youth in Development 46.Community Youth in Development Activities
47.Centre for Youth and Children's Affairs(CEYCA) 48.Rural Education Support(RESARU)
49.Women's Voice 50.Mangochi Senior Politicians
51.Malawi Carer 52.Forum for Women Educationists(FAWEMA)
53.Equal Opportunities Watch 54.Non-Formal and Formal Education Initiative(NAFFIM)
55.Maonde Youth Initiative for Support 56.World Fit for Children
57.Communications for Social Economic Development(COSOED) 58.Church Foundation for Integrity and Democracy
59.Southern Africa Violence Management Agency(SAVIMA) 60.JUSM General Civic Educators
61.Peoples Federation for Peace 62.International Group Association(IGA)
63.Centre for Development Research and Information in Southern Africa 64.Active Youth Organisation
65.Community Voice Organisation 66.Circle for Integrated Communication Development(CICOD)
67.Home Vision Support 68.Umodzi Youth Organisation
69.Gospel Outreach Pentecostal Assembly