Malawi is set to roll out the inaugural Para Athletics Championships in January next year.
This has come with a special call to parents and guardians to let children with disabilities participate in various sports.
Chairperson of the Para Athletics Committee announced that venues are yet to be identified.
Joseph Galanje added that the Southern region of the country will be the first to conduct qualifiers.
President of the Malawi Paralympic Committee said they are currently training coaches, athletes’ managers, athletes and classifiers.
Taonere Banda made history by becoming Malawi's first Paralympic athlete, competing in the women's T12-13 1500m.
Though the Paralympic Committee arranged for two athletes to take part at the Rio Paralympics only Banda made the cut for the race.
The 20-year-old, who was born visually impaired, took part at Paralympic games held in Brazil one month ago.
In the year 2012 the Malawi Olympic team failed to participate in the Paralympic Games which were held in London.
The team's failure led to sanctions by the International Paralympic Committee as it was provided with funding to send two athletes but ended up using it elsewhere.