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May 2017
Malawi – 6 years on
Africa has
received
billions in
foreign aid
and yet
poverty is still
rampant
We got
involved
in Malawi
after
listening
to a
grandma
How do we
add most
value?
Promoting
dignity not
dependence
When a man dies, his deeds come
to an end except for 3 things:
Sustainable	charity	
	
Knowledge	which	is	beneficial	
	
A	vi...
Malawi statistics
UK 1:17
Malawi 1:107
Teacher to pupil ratio
Life expectancy
Below poverty line
UK 81
Malawi 54
UK 7.8%
M...
Malawi health
•  Malaria
•  Acute
respiratory
infections
•  Diarrhoea
•  HIV
•  Measles
•  Malnutrition
Doctor to patient ...
6 years and counting
We visit every year to share
Skills
Partnerships
Systems
Strategy, Planning & Implementation
Startup ...
2011 - 2017
80% of Malawi is rural
Gravity
based
Irrigation
§  Partnership
with Ministry
of Irrigation
§  Dug out by
farmers
§  Managed by
locals
PROJECT LIV...
PROJECT LIVE
§  Primary schools
§  Secondary schools
§  Vocational training
§  University sponsorship
Education
Mobile &
fixed clinics
PROJECT LIVE
§  Clinical staff
§  Free medicines
§  Health training
Irrigation Beekeeping
Mbuzi (Goats)Tailoring
PROJECTS LIVE
Sustainable
living
Micro-
finance
Next 5 years
Education is the
passport to the
future, for
tomorrow belongs
to those who prepare
for it today.
Al-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz,...
Educa<on	
and	figh<ng	all	blockers	
Empowerment	
through	skills,	systems	and	startup	exclusively	
Example	Our	values,	ac<on...
Health	
Nutri7on	
Cost	
Marriage	
Access	
Educationand fighting all blockers
Health	
Nutri7on	
Cost	
Marriage	
Access	
Educationand fighting all blockers
Clinics	
Schools
/ Media	
Marriage
service	
Fo...
Primary
schools
Secondary
schools
University
sponsorship Social
marketing
Civic
education
Vocational
training
Apprenticesh...
Collabora7ve	working	with	Chiefs	&	Government	
High	impact,	measurable	programmes	covering	36km	radius	
Super output area ...
Thanks
for all
your
support
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Malawi visit - 2017 summary

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How do we support Malawians to stand on their own feet within a single generation? This presentation summarises the last 6 years of our activity and outlines the updated strategy for the coming 5 years.

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Malawi visit - 2017 summary

  1. 1. May 2017 Malawi – 6 years on
  2. 2. Africa has received billions in foreign aid and yet poverty is still rampant
  3. 3. We got involved in Malawi after listening to a grandma
  4. 4. How do we add most value? Promoting dignity not dependence
  5. 5. When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for 3 things: Sustainable charity Knowledge which is beneficial A virtuous child who prays for him
  6. 6. Malawi statistics UK 1:17 Malawi 1:107 Teacher to pupil ratio Life expectancy Below poverty line UK 81 Malawi 54 UK 7.8% Malawi 75% Access to electricity UK 100% Malawi 7%
  7. 7. Malawi health •  Malaria •  Acute respiratory infections •  Diarrhoea •  HIV •  Measles •  Malnutrition Doctor to patient ratio UK 1:370 Malawi 1:100,000 Lowest figure for any country covered by the UN’s Human Development report (Source: The College of Medicine of Malawi Feb 15 2007) Deliveries outside healthcare facilities UK 0.005% Malawi 44% Biggest killers Infant mortality ratio per 1000 live births 72 Under-five mortality ratio per 1000 live births 122 Maternal mortality ratio per 100,000 live births 807 Skilled attendant at birth 54% Children under five who are stunted 46% Adult HIV prevalence 12% Population with access to clean water 75% Estimated national sanitation coverage 61% State of health in Malawi
  8. 8. 6 years and counting We visit every year to share Skills Partnerships Systems Strategy, Planning & Implementation Startup support Seed funding, Entrepeneurship
  9. 9. 2011 - 2017
  10. 10. 80% of Malawi is rural
  11. 11. Gravity based Irrigation §  Partnership with Ministry of Irrigation §  Dug out by farmers §  Managed by locals PROJECT LIVE 15,000 beneficiaries + fish farm
  12. 12. PROJECT LIVE §  Primary schools §  Secondary schools §  Vocational training §  University sponsorship Education
  13. 13. Mobile & fixed clinics PROJECT LIVE §  Clinical staff §  Free medicines §  Health training
  14. 14. Irrigation Beekeeping Mbuzi (Goats)Tailoring PROJECTS LIVE Sustainable living Micro- finance
  15. 15. Next 5 years
  16. 16. Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today. Al-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz, Malcolm X
  17. 17. Educa<on and figh<ng all blockers Empowerment through skills, systems and startup exclusively Example Our values, ac<ons and inten<ons 1 2 3
  18. 18. Health Nutri7on Cost Marriage Access Educationand fighting all blockers
  19. 19. Health Nutri7on Cost Marriage Access Educationand fighting all blockers Clinics Schools / Media Marriage service Food security Subsidies/ Sponsor
  20. 20. Primary schools Secondary schools University sponsorship Social marketing Civic education Vocational training Apprenticeships Radio TV Newspapers Chiefs Village teachers Madaaris Focus areas: Somba, Balaka, Namelweso, Mai Aisha Academy
  21. 21. Collabora7ve working with Chiefs & Government High impact, measurable programmes covering 36km radius Super output area - Somba {7 Villages - 12,299 residents} Somba Nkulumba Namwala Pila Nsenda Pelindi Muwa Ntela
  22. 22. Thanks for all your support

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