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MAP OF OUR PROJECTS
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Education

Adaptive Technology: Njira (Pathways to Progress) Project at Mitole primary school

The project aims to improve educational opportunities and learning outcomes for children, particularly those with special needs and disabilities, in Chikwawa District, Malawi. Teachers often lack the necessary training, resources, and support to provide inclusive education to students with special needs. According to the Malawi National Education Sector Plan (2018–2023), only 11% of children with…

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Agriculture

Empowering the vulnerable women of Kasangadzi with Cassava Agribusiness management techniques

Project Activities: Empowering 150 vulnerable women cassava farmers with agribusiness and marketing techniques to ensure profitability in their farming businesses. Providing vulnerable women cassava farmers with value addition techniques to process their cassava crops into highly demanded and profitable products, thereby maximizing their profits and reducing post-harvest losses. Building a warehouse. Digging a borehole for…

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Education

Construction of pit latrines and staff house for Special Needs teachers

We have continued to support KDS over the years, and our most recent endeavors include: Project Activities: Constructing a 4-unit staff house for Special Needs teachers. Building separate pit latrines for boys and girls. Refurbishing the school environment to make it more attractive to the learners. Providing training in sign language for parents, regular teachers,…

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Education

Construction of a dormitory for special needs children

The current building is in a state of severe disrepair, characterized by inadequate ventilation, a leaky roof that has resulted in significant water infiltration, leading to the growth of mold and ant hills due to constant dampness. Moreover, the building receives insufficient natural light, as only one window is operational, and there is no artificial…

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Education

Construction of a school in Freetown

6,864 children residing in the Kroo Bay non-formal settlement slum community are confronted with violence and a wide range of social and health disadvantages due to extreme poverty. Challenges such as overcrowding, inadequate access to clean water and sanitation, substandard housing, limited availability of essential health and educational services, high unemployment rates, and a lack…

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Agriculture

School for the deaf in Parakou

PEFISS School has faced challenges in ensuring an adequate supply of high-quality and stable food for its resident deaf students. Additionally, they have struggled to mobilize sufficient financial resources to cover all their expenses. The project aims to empower the school to produce enough food to feed its students and generate additional income by selling…

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