Malawi is one of the most severely HIV-affected countries in the world. Multiple and concurrent partnerships (MCP) are key drivers to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Malawi. Gender dynamics and inequalities contribute to the prevalence of MCP and it is more often women and adolescent girls who are infected with HIV in Malawi. Resources in this section of the Toolkit report on research findings that shed light on the contextual factors influencing MCP in Malawi.