Through their project Green Malata, The Children’s Fund of Malawi is empowering Malawian youth through vocational and entrepreneurial training in preparation for employment and entrepreneurship.
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In Malawi, children who finish secondary school enter a job market where only 10% of graduates are able to find formal employment. Since opening their entrepreneurial training village, "Green Malata" in 2014, The Children’s Fund Malawi has trained over 920 young adults from Mulanje, Thyolo, Phalombe, and Chiradzulo districts to become bakers, welders, farmers, electricians, IT specialists, tailors, hairdressers and hospitality managers. Over three-quarters of their young graduates have gone on to find employment or have started their own businesses and many now enough to get themselves out of poverty.
The Children’s Fund of Malawi aims to empower students to elevate themselves out of poverty and bring greater prosperity to their community. Through tangible financial, vocational, life- and entrepreneurial skills, children and young adults can start a business and become self-reliant.
With your help, 200 new students each year can join the Green Malata programme and contribute to fund each student to receive full training, employment guidance and one meal per day, which currently costs $386, per student.
Green Malata is also a hub for new or experimental projects: renewable energy, income-generation, entrepreneurship and thanks to our most recent collaboration with Electroneum, Lawyers for Good and Spiritual chords, a bamboo eco-village inside our grounds which will house some of our Deaf students.
The Children’s Fund of Malawi's ETN Donations are managed by ETN Block Reward earner Lawyers for Good. All donations made directly to The Children’s Fund of Malawi will be distributed by Lawyers for Good and all proceeds will be received by The Children’s Fund of Malawi.
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