Action will also be taken to more closely control foreign currency and apparently INGOs:
Ligoya [governor of the Reserve Bank of Malawi] said the central bank had introduced new tough measures, including requiring all international non-governmental organisations to disclose their funding and file quarterly statements from September 1. In addition, all payments for tourism accommodation are to be made in foreign currency and operators will be required to submit to the central bank monthly reports on forex transactions. “People have been misusing and externalising foreign exchange, costing the country a lot of forex. This must stop,” he said. He said he knew of one NGO which received $60 million in a year but had no records with a commercial bank.