DAPP Malawi Hosts Humana People to People Visitors
From June 23 to June 30, 2018 the Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) Malawi hosted seven representatives from three Humana People to People (HPP) organisations. The visitors were in Malawi to appreciate the various activities taking place in the projects that the organisation is implementing across the country.
They included Jana Zvalova from HPP Slovakia, Karin Walin, Neli Sotirova and Vanya Obretenova from HPP Bulgariua, Alexandria Fulia, Suzan Dablea and Carmen Lunga from HPP Romania.
The travellers went to DAPP Amalika Teacher Training College in Thyolo, Chilangoma Teacher Training College in Blantyre, DAPP Mikolongwe Vocational School in Chiradzulu, DAPP Second Hand Clothes and Shoes Sorting Centre in Blantyre, Child Aid project in Machinga, Nthulo Primary School in Thyolo and Thyolo District Education Office, among others. In all the sites, they interacted with projects beneficiaries, government officials and DAPP staff on the impact of different projects DAPP Malawi is implementing in the country.
Speaking on behalf of the visiting team, HPP Bulgaria Country Manager Karin Wallin said the tour was designed to appreciate DAPP’s efforts being made to improve lives of Malawians through implementation of various development projects.
“I am really impressed by DAPP’s tireless effort in promoting quality education, sanitation and good health of Malawians. I am very happy to see the impact made by the projects myself. I can feel the positive impact which DAPP’s projects are making by just seeing the happy faces of the beneficiaries. There is much to learn from DAPP’s work in Malawi and am happy to be here.” Wallin said.
DAPP Malawi is a local member of the HPP Federation, a network of 32 locally registered and managed organizations in 45 countries that work with communities and engage local and national leaders to implement local solutions for improved food security, education, health and children’s living conditions.