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Volunteers from England helping at project CICD travel-team from investigating and helping in Malawi! We are in the very last weeks of this 3 months travel,...
PRESS RELEASE PRESS RELEASE   It has come to DAPP Malawi’s attention that false information regarding DAPP Malawi’s alleged...
Community engagement key towards ending child marriage Community engagement key towards ending child marriage Below is a testimony from one of the community members around...
OFID partners with DAPP to train teachers OFID partners with DAPP to train teachers    OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) entered into...
DAPP wishes to thank the local and international partners have decided to join the effort of improving inclusive quality education DAPP wishes to thank the local and international partners have decided to join the effort of improving inclusive...
DAPP takes the lead in training female teachers for rural primary schools DAPP takes the lead in training female teachers for rural primary schools   The Ministry of Education, Science...
Joint effort to ensure an inclusive and child friendly environment in infant classes – parents and teachers in 6 districts and DAPP Joint effort to ensure an inclusive and child friendly environment in infant classes – parents and teachers in 6...
DAPP Malawi responds to media stories DAPP Malawi is an independent organisation, directed by its Board of Trustees and guided by its constitution. DAPP...
Vocational skills training for a better tomorrow Vocational skills training for a better tomorrow   DAPP Malawi’s Mikolongwe Vocational School provides...
Empower Rural Women – End Hunger & Poverty Empower Rural Women – End Hunger & Poverty     The contributions of rural women are central in...
Literacy improves farming skills For many young people and adults, non-formal education is the main route to new learning. DAPP Malawi and its...
School Feeding keeps children in school School Feeding keeps children in school   Nutrition activities in schools of Malawi make a big difference...
Fighting Gender Based Violence through Savings Clubs Fighting Gender Based Violence through Savings Clubs   An innovative concept of village based savings clubs...
“We Are Teachers”: a participatory video in rural primary schools “We Are Teachers”: a participatory video in rural primary schools Over the course of three weeks, four teachers and...
Keeping vulnerable children in school Keeping vulnerable children in school   For Olivia Muhehe, 14, like most people with albinism in Malawi, her...
Embassy of China Donates a Youth Center to DAPP Malawi Embassy of China Donates a Youth Center to DAPP Malawi The DAPP Teachers Training College in Dowa benefited from the...
228 in-service teachers trained in 6 districts of Malawi 228 in-service teachers trained in 6 districts of Malawi   Let the Children Stay In School is a DAPP Malawi...
People in Blantyre and Chiradzulu fights malnutrition People in Blantyre and Chiradzulu fights malnutrition DAPP Malawi is working to reduce child stunting, maternal...
Teachers told to enhance talular in schools Teachers from various primary schools in Machinga and Nsanje, have been urged to focus on teaching and learning using...
DAPP Malawi launches Shoe making courses In a bid to boost the production of local goods DAPP Malawi with funding from Sympany of the Netherlands will be...
Local top designer, Lily Alfonso inspires youth at DAPP Mikolongwe Vocational School Malawi’s celebrated fashion Icon Lily Alfonso will be working with the fashion and design course at DAPP Mikolongwe...
Improved sanitation in more than 1,500 villages The standard of living for thousands for people in districts of  Thyolo, Chiradzulu, Blantyre and Chikhwawa...
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...
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...
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...

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