+265 884 970 215 Plot # 304,Katoto, Mzuzu, Malawi


In recognition of United Nations International Women’s Day, we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.  The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.   This year, after all we’ve experienced, achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world, shows us how crucial it is to create
Economic and Agricultural Livelihoods, Education, Events, General, Health
Bettie at her business Meet Bettie Mhango, she is 32 years old and belongs to the Chimwemwe Self Help Group in Nkombezi area.   Bettie lives with her 4 Children as she separated from her husband. She dropped out of school in Standard (grade) 7 and had her first child at
Economic and Agricultural Livelihoods   , ,
Covid-19 has had a huge effect on Malawi as Nation. The Financial sector is one of the worst hit with many business owners closing up their businesses. Members of the Self-Help Groups are not spared, and some lost their businesses while for many others businesses remained stagnant because of the immense uncertainty poised by Covid-19
Economic and Agricultural Livelihoods, General   , ,
Youth unemployment continues to be a developmental challenge in Malawi where at least 7.52% of youth, aged 15 -24, continue to be unemployed and the Government is grappling for solutions to fix this statistic. The Centre for Youth and Development (CYD) has been focusing on self-employment as part of their
Economic and Agricultural Livelihoods   , , , , , ,
Elness Simwera, in the video, is one of many students that recently graduated secondary school, who learned Computer Studies and accessed offline education resources, through the donated computers that we provide to school programs in Malawi, in partnership with The Turing Trust. Elness Simwera shares her story studying ICT We are beginning to see
Education   , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *