Malawi

Innovative Anti-Malarial Programs in Malawi

While progress has been made in limiting the scope of the disease in Africa, climate change is expanding the range of malaria-carrying mosquitoes, putting populations at risk that haven’t previously been exposed. Malaria remains one of the world’s leading killers,...

Combating Malaria in Malawi

In Malawi, The Hunger Project partners with like-minded organizations to combat malaria by implementing community-led, transformative programs. The Hunger Project-Malawi recently reflected on its anti-malaria work, which includes trainings to build capacity among community health workers.

Launching the Movement for Community-led Development in Malawi

With the facilitation of The Hunger Project-Malawi, World Vision-Malawi and Heifer-International Malawi, 18 national and international NGOs have established the Malawi chapter of the Movement for Community-led Development (CLD). This is the first international chapter...

Flooding and Drought Causes Food Crisis in Malawi

Devastating floods and a detrimental weather pattern have caused a severe food crisis in Malawi. Tens of millions of people have been affected across Southern Africa, and Malawi is facing its worst food crisis in a decade with 2.8 million people at risk of hunger.

PostCode Lottery Visits Kachindamoto Epicenter in Malawi

In a great partnership between The Hunger Project-Sweden and The Hunger Project-Malawi, a team of visitors from PostCode Lottery visited Kachindamoto Epicenter in Malawi last month. PostCode Lottery, a lottery designed to raise funds for organizations “who work for a better world,” is a key part of The Hunger Project’s investor family in Sweden.

THP-Malawi Completes New Epicenter

THP-Malawi finished the construction of Majete Epicenter. Several staff undertook learning visits to partner countries and HIV/AIDS animators were trained in new workshops focused on the factors in the spread of HIV.

Turning the World ‘Inside Out’ in Malawi

Background Before starting Inside Out, artist JR launched the biggest illegal art exhibition, called Face to Face, at the Israel border along Tel Aviv, Haifa, Bethlehem and Ramallah. He and his crew interviewed and took photos of Israel and Palestinian people with the...

Measuring Success While Gaining Recognition for THP-Malawi

THP-Malawi strengthened its monitoring and evaluation program with trainings in new methods of data collection: iForm builder software on iPod Touch devices. The epicenter also hosted a national launch of the “16 Days of Activism” campaign aimed at ending gender-based violence which brought different institutions and people together.

Meet Rowlands Kaotcha, Country Director THP-Malawi

Over the last year you've met several of our dedicated Monitoring and Evaluation Officers around the world. We would now like to introduce you to a few of our inspiring Country Directors. The Hunger Project has programs in 12 countries around the world and in each one...

Meet Henry Chungu in Malawi!

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officers work in The Hunger Project (THP) Program Countries gathering data from our programs and determining their progress and impact in the field. Their work is crucial in improving and developing new programs for our partners...

Innovative Anti-Malarial Programs in Malawi

While progress has been made in limiting the scope of the disease in Africa, climate change is expanding the range of malaria-carrying mosquitoes, putting populations at risk that haven’t previously been exposed. Malaria remains one of the world’s leading killers,...

Combating Malaria in Malawi

In Malawi, The Hunger Project partners with like-minded organizations to combat malaria by implementing community-led, transformative programs. The Hunger Project-Malawi recently reflected on its anti-malaria work, which includes trainings to build capacity among community health workers.

Launching the Movement for Community-led Development in Malawi

With the facilitation of The Hunger Project-Malawi, World Vision-Malawi and Heifer-International Malawi, 18 national and international NGOs have established the Malawi chapter of the Movement for Community-led Development (CLD). This is the first international chapter...

Flooding and Drought Causes Food Crisis in Malawi

Devastating floods and a detrimental weather pattern have caused a severe food crisis in Malawi. Tens of millions of people have been affected across Southern Africa, and Malawi is facing its worst food crisis in a decade with 2.8 million people at risk of hunger.