• DAPP Malawi is in 2019 celebrating 24 years of active involvement in development work with communities through out the country

  • DAPP is implementing 17 projects within education, health, agriculture and community development in 25 district that span across the country's three regions

Education

  • February 17, 2019 Education

    Vocational Skills Impact Monitoring

    Established in 1997 in Chiradzulu district, DAPP Mikolongwe Vocational School (MVS) continues to contribute to the Malawi government’s growth and development strategies by training and equipping youth with relevant technical and vocational skills for them to become productive members of the society…
  • February 01, 2019 Education

    Case story - Margret Manyungwa

    Margret is a 20-year-old young girl from Nkaombe village Traditional Authority Bvumbwe in Thyolo district. Second born in a family of 6, Margret is a determined young lady whose dream is to own a shop of her own one day. Margret wrote her Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) in 2016. She…
  • January 28, 2019 Education

    Case Story – Dannie Dzodzi

    Dannie Dzodzi is my name and I come from Misi Village Traditional Authority Msakambewa in the district of Dowa. When I heard that DAPP Dowa Teachers Training College was offering a tailoring course to adolescent girls and young women who come from disadvantaged backgrounds, I didn’t waste time to…
  • January 17, 2019 Education

    Case Story – Ireen David

    Ireen David aged 25 from Mntchenenje village in traditional authority Mkukula, Dowa district is a beneficiary of the DAPP Satellite course offered at DAPP Dowa Teachers Training College (TTC). The tailoring course is four months long and targets adolescent girls and young women from disadvantaged…
  • December 25, 2018 Education

    80 Graduate from DAPP Dowa Teachers Training College

    DAPP Malawi, through its four Teachers Training Colleges (TTC) in Mzimba, Dowa, Thyolo and Blantyre districts Namely Mzimba, Dowa, Amalika and Chilangoma Teacher Training Colleges aim at equipping youth in teaching skills and knowledge that will enable the students to become teachers for the rural…
  • December 18, 2018 Education

    Case Story – Flaxon Richard

    Flaxon could not hide his excitement as he walked up the podium once again, this time, to receive the best graduating student award for the recently graduated 80 students at DAPP Dowa Teachers Training College (TTC) graduation ceremony held on the 7th of December. Like his fellow graduating…
  • December 12, 2018 Education

    Case story: Trizza Chibambo

    Hailing from Bwanya village Traditional Authority Makhuwira, Chikwawa district, Trizza’s dream was always to be a teacher. Even though she took up a business Management course, which she later dropped out of before enrolling at DAPP Chilangoma Teachers training college on the 16th September 2015.…
  • December 03, 2018 Education

    Hardwork pays off

    Mafosha Primary School in Chinkhwiri zone, Traditional Authority Chakhadza in Dowa district has for over 10 years underperformed in the Primary School Leaving Certificate Examinations (PSLCE). It wasn’t until the 2016/17 academic results when the school recorded a 100 pass rate during the PSLCE.…
  • November 27, 2018 Education

    Nthulo Primary School training in re-usable sanitary pads making

    DAPP Malawi through 400 Primary schools, a DAPP Teachers Training Colleges (TTC) graduated Teachers Network, project is in partnership with Febbie Tambala, a Master of Public Health student at Melbourne University in Australia, training adolescent girls and women (members of the mothers' group…
  • November 24, 2018 Education

    DAPP Mikolongwe Vocational School Students hold Exhibitio Open Day

    DAPP Malawi through Mikolongwe Vocational School equips youths with technical and entrepreneurial skills for them to become self-reliant through securing an employment or starting up small scale businesses. The school offers both formal and informal courses targeting self-sponsored students and…
  • November 20, 2018 Education

    DAPP in Mzimba Trains Tailors and Shoe Makers

    DAPP Mzimba Teachers Training College in Mzimba district was established to train teachers for rural Malawi primary school who are also humanly trained to become change agents in their communities by playing leading roles in community building efforts. In an effort to reach out to more youth with…
  • November 19, 2018 Education

    DAPP Supported ECD Caregivers Receive Achievers Recognition

    Nelia Henderson and Sheki Steven have been serving as ECD volunteers since 2001 and 2005 respectively. Nelia is a Caregiver at Katondo Nursery school while Sheki is currently an ECD Supervisor for 17 Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres that are supported by Chilangoma Teachers Training…
  • November 17, 2018 Education

    66 Teachers Graduate at DAPP Chilangoma TTC

    On 2 November 2018, DAPP Chilangoma Teachers Training College awarded certificates of completion to 66 primary school teachers who had been trained as teachers for rural Malawi primary schools. The graduated teachers, 39 females and 27 males, were awarded the IPTE 2 (Initial Primary Teacher…
  • October 22, 2018 Education

    DAPP participates in World Teachers Day

    Held under the theme right to education means a right to a qualified teacher, the 2018 World Teachers Day Commemorations were held on 9 October 2018 at Makawa Primary School in Koche education zone in Mangochi district. The event was graced by the Minister of Education, Science and Technology…
  • October 01, 2018 Education

    I Believe I’m Another Kind of Teacher – Beatrice Mwakabana

    Beatrice Mwakabana was one of the 26 student teachers under the Waterloo Foundation sponsorship at DAPP Amalika Teachers Training College in Thyolo district. She did her teaching practice at Chinthebe Primary schools in Thunga zone, Thyolo district.The Waterloo Foundation sponsored 26 student…
  • September 14, 2018 Education

    DAPP participates in International Literacy Day

    The International Literacy Day championed by UNESCO raises awareness on issues surrounding adult and child literacy globally and is celebrated on the 8th of September annually.The 2018 annual commemoration in Malawi was celebrated along with the Youth Day as International literacy and Youth Day…
  • September 14, 2018 Education

    Teachers’ network continue to grow

    We Do More schools also known as the 400 Primary Schools program is a DAPP Malawi education program that brings together teachers graduated from DAPP teachers Training Colleges (TTC) to stick together, meet regularly to share ideas and knowledge on how they can improve the environments around their…
  • July 24, 2018 Education

    Developing the innovative potential of youth through skills training

    Dalitso Mvula is a 24 year-old student at Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Mikolongwe Vocational School. He comes from Nyankhwa Village, Traditional Authority Nkhombedza, Salima District. Currently, he is pursuing Fabrication and Welding - level one.Dalitso joined Mikolongwe Vocation…
  • July 18, 2018 Education

    Ministry of Education Commends DAPP for Promoting Quality Education

    The Ministry of Education through Thyolo District Education Office has commended Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Malawi for the commitment it has shown in promoting quality education in the district through implementation of various education programs. Thyolo, the District Education…
  • June 22, 2018 Education

    Teacher Training Program Creating Positive Impact to Communities

    I am Nancy Katete, a student teacher at DAPP Amalika Teacher Training College (TTC). I come from Mphate village, Traditional Authority Kuluunda in Salima district. I joined the college in 2016 and this is my second year.At the TTC, we undergo different periods of study such as hitting the hearts,…
  • June 20, 2018 Education

    400 Primary Schools Teacher Organises Open Day

    Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Malawi through its 400 Primary Schools project, provides the opportunity for teachers graduated from DAPP Teacher Training Colleges who are working in government primary schools to voluntarily stick together to share ideas, skills and experiences on how…
  • June 06, 2018 Education

    LCSS Project Improving Teachers’ Relationship with Learners

    Carolyn Kafodya Linje, a standard 1 and 2 teacher at Mzumazi Primary School in Lilongwe has been teaching for 19 years now. Like many other primary school teachers, her daily teaching routine had been reading in front of the pupils and writing on the board and nothing more.“Every day I made sure…
  • June 01, 2018 Education

    DAPP TTC takes gender equality to communities

    Rosalia Grevazio Kapala is a 42-year-old mother of five children. She comes from Lilambwe village in Senior Group Village Headman Lilambwe, Traditional Authority Msakambewa in Dowa district. A wife to a local leader, she is one of the active members in the Parents and Teachers Association (PTA)…
  • May 30, 2018 Education

    DOWA DNS promotes gender equality among students

    Established in 2010, DAPP Dowa Teachers’ Training College (TTC) trains young men and women to become primary school teachers in rural Malawi areas. Since its establishment, the school has graduated 556 with 223 males and 333 females. The school trains teachers who become skilled and productive…
  • May 28, 2018 Education

    DAPP Malawi TTC Students on Gender Equality Drive

    Katambweni Chandhla was very excited when he got admitted to study at Dowa Teacher Training College (TTC) in 2014. However, he was surprised when the TTC staff informed him and his fellow students that they were mandated to work together and share responsibilities equally regardless of whether one…

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