We are a very small, micro-charity, supporting schools in rural Malawi. We are 100% volunteer based with all funds raised directly benefitting the communities we support. Founded in 2010, we have developed thirteen schools in Dedza and Ntcheu District with projects including the construction of additional classrooms, libraries and toilets, the drilling of boreholes, development of permaculture gardens and provision of teacher training. Our volunteers work hand-in-hand with the local community to develop their schools and then spend time enjoying cultural activities. Our promotional film for 2023 was filmed by a local Malawian based in Lilongwe who is self-taught using YouTube! Njabulo is a remarkable young man and we were delighted to be able to support him. We felt his creative eye brought a real hands-on, raw and genuine feel to our film, showcasing the impact our small charity is having in rural Malawi.
Our current project is at Lizulu Primary School where we are developing a special needs classroom for children with SEND.
We are a very small charity with an aim to support, promote and enhance education in rural Malawi. We have been supporting schools since 2010, working in thirteen primary and secondary schools across Dedza and Ntcheu District. We provide additional classrooms, libraries and toilets, drill boreholes and develop permaculture gardens. We provide free continuing professional development for teachers and provide teaching and learning resources. We are 100% volunteer run.
We align with the following UN Sustainable Development Goals: