The Malawi government introduced universal free primary education to reduce the higher illiteracy levels that Malawi faces. However, the move resulted into other crucial problems.
Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe and second largest city Blantyre are growing rapidly, with the UN predicting that the urban population of these two cities will more than double between 2010 and 2025. However, city councils are unable to provide safe water, sanitation and waste collection. Rapid urban development, open defecation and illegal waste dumping has polluted […]
Corinne Bailey Rae is broadcasting the work we do in pre-schools in Malawi on the BBC Radio 4 Appeal. Listen in on Sunday the 8th of January at 7.54am and 9.26pm, as well as on the Thursday 12th of January at 3.27pm. Visit the Radio 4 Appeal page here. The Project: Twelve children under the […]
Pump Aid is delighted to announce that we have been successful in becoming a charity partner for One Day’s Wages who will support Pump Aid’s efforts to bring clean water, sanitation and hygiene to three Community Based Childcare Centres (CBCCs) in Malawi. Over 75% of CBCCs (similar to preschools) don’t have access to clean water […]
Thank you to everyone who supported our project in the Big Give Christmas Challenge this year. Your help transforms the lives of people in rural Malawi forever. Throughout the 3 day campaign we exceeded our target raising a total of £6,644. This funding includes the generous pledges which were kindly made by our key supporters. […]