Includes all the dry spells in Malawi from 2000 till 2020 per admin2. This historical dataset was produced as part of OCHA's Anticipatory Action pilot in Malawi. A dry spell is defined as at least 14 consecutive days with a cumulative rainfall less than 2 mm. The dry spells are determined by using the CHIRPS dataset. CHIRPS is raster data, this raster data was aggregated to admin2 by taking the mean value across all raster cells within an admin2.