Posts Categorized: General News


From Cave Co-op: In the last few months one of our honorary ‘Cave men’, Steve James has been out in Malawi volunteering for our clients The Landirani Trust. He has been helping them with their feeding programmes, funding proposals, maternity units, childcare centres, vegetable gardens and project managing the Cave conversion of Landirani’s shipping container… Read more »

Sam’s account of his journey

Well we just arrived back from an incredibly eventful month of travelling through France, Spain and Morocco. It’s hard to sum up the trip as so many things took place in such short space of time but what matters is that we achieved the goal that we set out to achieve and we did it… Read more »

Fantastic event at Tolworth Girls’ School

Once again Tolworth Girls’ have surpassed themselves with the third annual event “Landirani Day” The girls had designed T-Shirts about Landirani and the water situation in Malawi which we judged on the day. Edward Davey, MP, attended the event to open it and made a fantastic speech about the importance of water for everything in… Read more »

School Partnership updates

Click the images below to see the newsletters for the partnership exchanges last year… Newsletter 1 – April 2009 Newsletter 2 – October 2009

Landirani ethical Christmas gifts and cards

We have some fantastic ethical gifts that will genuinely make a difference to the people we support in Malawi. These are great Christmas gifts for your friends and family this festive season. We have our 2012 Christmas cards now available in sets of 10 with envelopes for just £5. See OUR NEW SHOP (top of the page)… Read more »

Landirani Birthday!

  On the 23rd April 2005 The Landirani Trust was established as a UK registered charity dedicated to helping orphan and vulnerable children in their communities in Malawi. A huge amount has been achieved since this date 4 years ago: • 3 school blocks and 2 teacher’s houses complete at Masiye • 7 schools in… Read more »

Happy Christmas from Landirani

Please click here to see THE LANDIRANI CHRISTMAS CARD   Hosted by WUPADUPA who have supported us loads this year in all sorts of ways. x  


On Friday 4th July The Landirani Trust, along with 23 schools and colleges from Surrey, attempted to set the Guinness World Record for “the largest footprint made from children’s footprints”. The message was to help the children of Malawi walk out of poverty as well as reducing our carbon footprints here in the UK as… Read more »