Christian Aid Malawi is based in Lilongwe.
Christian Aid in Malawi supports vulnerable communities to improve health and build resilience by participating in and influencing development.
With our partners, we empower poor and marginalised communities and individuals to find practical and sustainable ways out of poverty and to be actively involved in decisions and opportunities that affect them.
Our programmes include work in a range of areas including climate change, economic justice, inclusive markets, gender and inequality, health, humanitarian, tackling violence, and building peace.
Going to the hospital with my husband has strengthened my marriage. We freely discuss issues of pregnancy, child birth and also family planning.
- Agnes Phiri, on the beneficiary of men improving access to the Maternal and Child Health Programme.
We aim to strengthen community health systems and their linkages with health service providers.
We are also advocating for equitable health financing through our budget analysis work and supporting government efforts in achieving Universal Health Coverage.
Our gender and inequality work addresses barriers that hinder gender equity for sustainable development.
The focus of our approach is on strengthening formal and informal institutions in order to address social norms and harmful traditional practices, while also strengthening enabling factors for meaningful participation of all genders in development.
Climate change and resilience has been at the forefront of our work in Malawi.
Our approach aims to strengthen the ability of communities to adapt, transform and respond to climate change. Meanwhile, our humanitarian work seeks to address recurrent shocks to preserve these capacities.
In our inclusive markets and economic justice programmes we aim to complement our other areas of work by strengthening pro-poor market systems and policies through high impact approaches.
Nellie Kayira and her husband weed her crop of rice. Nellie is part of a village savings and loans group, which has helped her prepare for climate change.