Our Partners !
WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK OUR PARTNERS WITHOUT WHOM WE WOULD NOT BE HERE TODAY!
is an association whose mission is to provide support for sustainable development actions aimed at people and communities without distinction of ethnic origin, sex, religion or public opinion.
The association provides technical and financial assistance, the skills of its members and alternative technologies to projects that support indigenous associations in their mission of sustainable development, in particular in the field of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
Girls Not Brides
Girls Not Brides was founded in 2011 by The Elders, an independent group of global leaders working together for peace and human rights. These leaders wanted to draw attention to harmful practices that hold back the progress of girls and women, and to empower everyone and everyone to build a world without child marriage.
Girls Not Brides became an independent charity in 2013. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Graça Machel and Sonita Alizadeh are Girls Not Brides ambassadors and advocates for an end to child marriage around the world.
National Youth Council of Malawi
The National Youth Council of Malawi, in its mandate to promote youth participation, would like to see more youth organizations involved in development work but realizes that sometimes this fails due poor governance of youth Organisation and Clubs, resulting in weak coordination or a dysfunctional board.
This Youth Governance endeavours to help District Youth Officers to train youth clubs and youth organisation board members as well as a reference to ensure good governance in youth participation structures, resulting in vibrant youth organisations and clubs.
The start of the 21st century has seen UNHCR help with major refugee crises in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. We have also been asked to use our expertise to help many internally displaced by conflict and expanded our role in helping stateless people
We are working with the government to explore such avenues as local integration, voluntary repatriation or return, and resettlement. The emphasis will be on gaining support for the integration of refugees into national systems and the decongestion of Dzaleka camp. The government has indicated its intention to roll out Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework in Malawi.
The approach from now on will be on settlement and self-reliance. This means UNHCR will press for reform of the legal framework, as well as an improvement in the process for determining refugee status. This will require wider partnerships and greater sharing of the burden.
The voluntary repatriation of 2,852 Mozambicans from Luwani refugee camp, who expressed the desire to return home in March 2017, is still awaiting agreement between the Malawian and Mozambican governments and UNHCR.