• DAPP Malawi is in 2017 celebrating 22 years of active involvement in development work with communities throughout the country

  • DAPP is implementing 16 projects within education, health, agriculture and community development in 16 districts that span across the country's 3 regions

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DAPP Malawi is implementing projects in districts across Malawi

DAPP Malawi believes that poverty can be overcome through coordinated, communitywide approaches, which combine education, adult literacy, improved livelihoods, increased production, health, women empowerment and environment protection. In its first 22nd year of implementing development programs in the four thematic areas of agriculture, education, community development and health, DAPP Malawi has stood shoulder to shoulder with the people of Malawi in securing that individuals and families set goals for themselves and make informed choices for their lives in reducing poverty especially in the rural areas. Read More

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For Olivia Muhehe, 14, like most people with albinism in Malawi, her life is always in danger. She almost gave up on school. Most of her friends discriminated against her and bullied her on grounds that she was different

Keeping vulnerable children in school

Keeping vulnerable children in school For Olivia Muhehe, 14, like most people with albinism in Malawi, her life is always in danger. She almost gave up on school. Most of her friends discriminated…
Recently the project organized three trainings to a combined 228 teachers from its six districts of operation being Chitipa, Rumphi, Lilongwe, Ntchisi, Machinga and Nsanje in Karonga, Dowa and Blantyre

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 Project which is striving to boost the quality of early education as a determining factor for…

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DAPP Malawi
P.O. Box 2732 Blantyre,
Baines Road, Ginnery Corner, Blantyre

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