This page celebrates the friends of African Vision Malawi who have been kind enough to support us in activities in the UK and Malawi. The number of people who help us is growing all the time!
We would like to thank:
All of the individuals and organisations who are donors, fundraisers, sponsors and volunteers.
All our regular partners, in Malawi and the UK.
All our UK partnership schools, and especially those who have raised money for their Malawian partnership schools.
Thank you so much to:
Since 2018 we have been an International Partner with UNESCO who have already provided bursaries to train 216 marginalized people in different vocational skills. We are specifically focusing on a minimum of 50% women attendance and we follow the STEP programme (Skills and Technical Education Programme) an initiative funded by the European Union (EU) and partially implemented by UNESCO.Find out more
Love Support Unite
is a key partner of AVM. They are wonderful organisation working in the same area as us, empowering communities to become self-sufficient. Using infrastructure and resources such as clean water and energy these projects aim to break reliance on aid and disrupt the cycle of poverty through sustainability. Since 2019, we have teamed up as one organisation in Malawi, merging the staff together.Find out more
Feed the Children
has worked with AVM for over 10 years, providing Vitameal a nutritional porridge, to 1000 pre-school children every day! Established over 40 years ago, Feed the Children is one of the leading anti-hunger organizations, raising awareness about childhood hunger to make it a thing of the past.Find out more
helps people in our community with impaired mobility of all kinds to get moving, as well and as independently as possible, by helping them to get access to prostheses and orthoses. When people are born with deformities, lose their limbs or the use of their limbs due to accident, disease or poverty, many of them also lose their livelihoods, homes or families.Find out more
for raising funds to build a Safe Motherhood Unit in Malawi throughout 2020/21 to create a safe and comfortable place for mothers and their new-born babies. This will provide essential care for pre-term births-which are higher in Malawi than anywhere else in the world. The project will include nutritional permaculture gardens in front of the new wing, and education on good nutrition for new mothers.Find out more
are a UK based charity who support educational projects in Malawi. Since 2019 we have been running a program with them called Girls Education Matters, providing 'girls' packs' and washrooms.Find out more
provide volunteers from the UK and elsewhere to participate in short-term voluntary projects including the library at Sam's Village.Find out more
is a community arts centre who are very supportive for fundraising, photographic exhibitions and events.Find out more
(web design & development) has supported us since the beginning with new and innovative designs and support. Thank you!Find out more
FOMA (Friends of Malawi Association)
kindly helped fund the provision of a maize mill for the local community.Find out more