Libya is not yet a member of the WTO (see here) and there is no publicly available information on any work being done towards a national IP policy.
|A Leo with his friends in Madagascar|
Madagascar is currently working on its own national IP policy. WIPO reports (here) that it has assisted Madagascar with 'technical advice for conducting [a] national IP audit' as a step towards the creation and adoption of a national IP policy 'mainstream' IP as an integral part of national planning. In February 2013, Madagascar submitted a request for technical and financial assistance from the WTO 'development of a national IP policy and a legislative framework for IPRs' that would be in sync with its National Cultural Policy Law (see full request here).
Malawi has a draft IP Policy (see full text here). It is not clear whether this policy has been approved by Cabinet and come into effect yet. According to Alphonsus Neba the policy was still underdevelopment in 2013 (see p10 of Neba's 'IPR systems and technology transfer at research institutions in southern Africa' here) . As usual any further or more recent info from fellow Leos or readers is welcome.
The (draft) policy articulates the following three objectives, to-
(i) stimulate generation, protection and commercialization of IPRs as an economic tool for wealth creation [this Leo has seen this metaphor in other contexts and is not very taken with it as it is sometimes used without appropriate nuancing or an express recognition that IP has to be calibrated to a country's conditions] in all sectors of the economy;
(ii) encourage public and private institutions in Malawi adopt their own IP policies consistent with this policy; and
(iii) integrate the IP system into government’s development strategies.
The policy then provides much detail on how these objectives are to be achieved and from an admittedly superficial reading this morning, it seems that the policy is sensitive to Malawi's circumstances and seeks to provide a workable policy framework.
Libya's WIPOLex entry here
Madagascar WIPOLex entry here
Malawi's WIPOLex entry here