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WELCOME TO DAPP Malawi

DAPP Development from People to People in Malawi (DAPP Malawi) is a member of the Federation for Associations connected to the International HUMANA PEOPLE to PEOPLE Movement. In short: HUMANA PEOPLE TO PEOPLE.The objective of DAPP in Malawi is to promote social and economic development. Through a variety of development models, DAPP Read more...

NEWS FROM THE PROJECTS

dapp-women-farmers-club-economically-empower-family The DAPP women farmers’ clubs encourages women to work hand in hand with their husbands   in order to improve food security and the economic status of their families. The project women...
wfp-dapp-malawi-fighting-hunger Margaret David a mother of seven is struggling to make ends meet. She has no source of income and her only hope for her survival and that of her children is the field.  She still had to depend on...
wfp-dapp-malawi-mitigating-the-impact-of-climate-change In order to mitigate the impact of climate change as well as improve the composition of soils in traditional authority Kunthembwe in Blantyre, WFP in collaboration with DAPP Malawi is working with...
uk-aid-direct-grantee-dapp-malawi-empowering-women-farmers Chikhwawa district is one of the poorest districts in Malawi with more than three quarters of its population living below a dollar a day. The district suffers from drought but is also prone to floods...

PROJECTS

Fuel saving stoves reduce work load on women

Population growth and lack of alternative energy sources have put pressure on the environment. As more people are depending on fuel wood for energy. Read more...

Women fighting hunger through conservation agriculture

Climate change in Malawi has resulted in adverse weather conditions threatening the lives of many households as most people in the country depend on agriculture for their livelihood. Read more...

Village Savings and Loans empowering farmers in Chikwawa

In order to improve the saving culture as well improve access to finance for the women farmers DAPP Malawi through the farmers clubs introduced Village savings and loans. Read more...

Improved livestock management in Chikhwawa

Women farmers in Chikhwawa are reaping rewards from improved livestock management as more women are now engaged in piggery and goat farming. Read more...

Chikhwawa women empowered through Farmers clubs

Ester Mukhova, from Matumula Village, Traditional Authority Katunga in Chikhwawa district is one woman farmer who has greatly benefited from a livestock pass-on programme that Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) is implementing in the district . She is a proud owner of  cows. Read more...

Mzatonse Farmers Cooperative grows big

Mzatonse farmers cooperative in Chikhwawa is poised to be among the biggest milk suppliers in Chikhwawa and beyond. Read more...

DFID/DAPP Nutrition Programme

 DAPP Malawi with support from DFID through CHAI started implementation of the Support to Scaling up Nutrition Program in Dowa District in the selected Traditional Authorities (TAs) of Nkukula, Mponera and Msakambewa. Read more...

DFID CHIKHWAWA - FARMERS CLUB

DAPP Malawi with funding from the Department for International Development (DFID) is implementing a three year project titled “Women Empowerment through Farmers Club Project” in Chikhwawa District. This Project is being implemented in Traditional authorities Maseya, Katunga and Sub Traditional Authorities Ndakwera. Read more...

Teacher Training Colleges

The idea of the DAPP Teacher Training Program is to train primary school teachers dedicated to teach in the rural areas while making them agents of change in the communities where they are going to teach. The DAPP Teacher Training program is a 30 month training designed for young teachers to become highly qualified and Read more...

Child Aid

The Child Aid program builds the capacity of 3,000 families and their communities to work towards the common goal of improving their children’s lives. The project is all-inclusive, and recognizes that in order to nurture children successfully, the entire community must be strengthened. Families are brought together to Read more...

Total Control of the Epidemic (HIV/AIDS)

TCE program takes its departure based on the philosophy that "only people can liberate themselves" against the HIV/AIDS epidemic by taking control of their own lives, which calls for every individual to take a stand in controlling the spread of the virus by living according to ones HIV status. TCE sees every individual as Read more...

Farmers Club

Agriculture represent the most important sector of the economy of Malawi, as it employs about 80 percent of the workforce, contributes over 80 percent of foreign exchange earnings, accounts for 39 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) and contributes significantly to national and household food security. Read more...

Vocational Schools

DAPP sees it as a contribution to the general development efforts to keep on training youth in vocational skills in corporation with the Government of Malawi and TEVETA. The DAPP Vocational School in Mikolongwe in the district of Chiradzulu has an immediate effect on the person who gets trained as he or she acquires Read more...

Fundraising - Second Hand Clothes

The clothes, shoes and books are sold in DAPP shops. In total, there are 15 wholesales, 15 retail shops and 2 book shops. The project has 2 sorting centers where second hand clothes, shoes and books are sorted and graded; one is in the Southern region and the other one is in the Northern region. Read more...

More News

ROOTING OUT HIV USING MOBILE PHONES

In Malawi, a Non-Governmental-Organization (NGO), Development Aid from Read more...

DAPP AMALIKA TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGE

2012 Team in their first training period DAPP Amalika Teacher Training Read more...

DAPP FARMERS’ CLUB

DAPP Farmers’ Club Promotes Green Manure in Conservation Farming DAPP Read more...

Contact Us

DAPP Malawi

Banja Mtsogolo Building,

Ground Floor

P.O. Box 2732

Blantyre

 

Tel: +2658861791

Fax: +2651834277

 

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