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Development Aid from People to People Malawi

Projects

Teacher Training Colleges

Pre-service teachers in training

Early Childhood Development Centres

Trees planted last year

People reached

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Development Aid from People to People Malawi

DAPP Malawi believes that poverty can be overcome through adopting a coordinated, community wide approach to development.

A combination of  projects within education, adult literacy, improved livelihoods, increased production, health, women’s empowerment and environmental protection is implemented.

Solidarity, humanism and long-term development

DAPP MAlawi is a founding member of Humana People to People and is activly working in the areas of Solidarity, Humanism, Social and Economic Development through long-term development.

Development Aid from People to People Malawi was established in 1995 and during its 24 years of activity it has has been implementing vibrant projects related to education, health, agriculture and community development.

Built on the foundation of values such as honesty, mutual respect and solidarity those values are still part of the core of DAPP Malawi.

Overview of project types, DAPP Malawi

(Projects where international volunteers can be included are shown in green.)

Next teams going to Malawi

April 2020 Mozambique / Malawi

Starting date:
1 April 2020

Project countries:
Mozambique and Malawi

Training takes place at:
DRH Lindersvold, Faxe, Denmark

 

October 2020 Malawi

Starting date:
1 October 2020

Project country:
Malawi – or another country depending on need and possibility

Training takes place at:
DRH Lindersvold, Faxe, Denmark

 

Read stories from Malawi

Building Education in Dowa

Building Education in Dowa

“We are inspired by the motivation of the teachers, the energy of the children and the enthusiasm of the people in the communities to improve the situation for their children.”

Volunteer abroad andtTake 10 months to join a group of like-minded people.

Development Aid from People to People Malawi

DDAPP Malawi believes that poverty can be overcome by adopting a coordinated, community-wide approach to development.

A combination of projects within education, adult literacy, improved livelihoods, increased production, health, women’s empowerment and environmental protection is implemented.

Solidarity, humanism and long-term development

DAPP MAlawi is a founding member of Humana People to People and is activly working in the areas of Solidarity, Humanism, Social and Economic Development through long-term development.

Development Aid from People to People Malawi was established in 1995 and during its 24 years of activity it has has been implementing vibrant projects related to education, health, agriculture and community development.

Built on the foundation of values such as honesty, mutual respect and solidarity those values are still part of the core of DAPP Malawi.

Next teams going to Malawi

April 2020 Mozambique / Malawi

Starting date:
1 April 2020

Project countries:
Mozambique and Malawi

Training takes place at:
DRH Lindersvold, Faxe, Denmark

 

October 2020 Malawi

Starting date:
1 October 2020

Project country:
Malawi – or another country depending on need and possibility

Training takes place at:
DRH Lindersvold, Faxe, Denmark

 

Read stories from Malawi

Building Education in Dowa

Building Education in Dowa

“We are inspired by the motivation of the teachers, the energy of the children and the enthusiasm of the people in the communities to improve the situation for their children.”

Other Humana People to People partners who offer options for international volunteers

Check out what kind of projects they have and how you can assist as an international volunteer.

 

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Dear visitor


In these precarious times, we stay committed to extending our solidarity and support to marginalised communities who, once again, will bear the brunt of another worldwide crisis.

Right now, we are reassessing how we can do just that. We aim to start new teams in August. The world will need all good forces who are willing and able to do whatever is needed. Let’s unite and get to work as soon as possible.

Stay safe and best wishes!
The Take 10 Volunteer communications and admissions team