Malawi has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. The Ministry of Gender’s National Taskforce on Ending Child Marriage, which includes government representatives, civil society, faith-based organizations, and development partners and is led by the Director for Child Affairs, aims to achieve a reduction in child marriage rates, improve legal frameworks, and improve access to education for survivors of child marriage. PROPEL Health supported the ministry to reconvene the taskforce, which had not been meeting due to limited financing, and to complete the formulation of terms of reference for review of the National Strategy on Ending Child Marriage (2018–2023), which aims to reduce prevalence of the practice from 42 percent to 22 percent. The inaugural meeting also provided a forum for ministry updates on recently approved legal frameworks such as the Penal Code (Amendment) Act, 2023, which enables implementation of activities to end child marriage and provides stringent measures for perpetrators. To ensure the task force’s sustainability, PROPEL Health worked with partners to establish financial support for the task force’s quarterly meetings. The revamping of the taskforce will enable routine government oversight and coordination of partner activities, results tracking of the Ending Child Marriage National Plan of Action, and participation of district-level officers in partner activities at the decentralized level. PROPEL Health will continue to support ministry coordination efforts and strategy review processes.