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Give the gift of clean water. Unsafe water is one of the biggest obstacles to the health of communities in the developing world. In Malawi, 4.5 million people do not have access to clean water. Almost all children suffer complications from water-borne illnesses. Your gift will help Orant drill wells, train communities in water treatment, and build latrines and menstrual hygiene facilities.
Help families and female business owners provide for themselves and their communities. Donation go towards sustainably supporting communities in Malawi with farming skills development and microloan programs.
Give the gift of education this holiday season. With costly tuition after eighth grade, students often must return to their villages to farm or marry at a young age. With donation to Orant’s Education Program, you can give students the freedom to pave their own future and achieve the goals that they’ve always dreamed of.
Stories from the Field
As a way of cultivating a saving culture in the FEM Program, Orant requires each cohort to establish a savings group. Why is this important? Find out here.
Who grows cash crops in Malawi? What are the best cash crops for the climate and soil? Which are most profitable? We interviewed Orant’s Agriculture Extension Officer Gracious Msimuko for expert insight.
Position: Lead Development Officer Location: Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Reports to: Executive Director
2022 Highlights at Orant Charities Africa. See what we accomplished.
Celebrate Orant's Sweet 16 with 16 reasons we love what we do.
Yona Maloto has been a Water Field Assistant for Orant's Water & Sanitation Program since 2020. We interviewed him to learn more about his work.
Clean water is a gendered issue in Malawi. Women and girls bear the brunt of the water burden. Malita Chimbalame tells her story.
Orant's Healthcare Program does more than treat illness. We treat the whole person. Read Angella Samson's journey with hydrocephalus condition.