Introducing you to the culture of Malawi through a series of articles! The culture of Malawi is strong in spirituality and most people are active in religious groups. We’ll tell you about Malawi’s main religions and the people who practice them. Read on for more.
Creating Stability in Malawi One Year at a Time
Orant 2022 Recap
Orant Charities Africa makes a sustainable impact in Malawi through a holistic, local, and data-driven approach to supporting women and communities. We envision a Malawi in which all people, including women, have opportunities to flourish in stable communities that meet their needs.
In 2022, Orant saw growth in each of our programs.
There are also the intangibles.
Not all progress can be seen in numbers. Angela Samson, 9 years old with hydrocephalus condition, received a wheelchair that will allow her to start school. For the first time in many years, 58 year old Teleza Manuwelo has the safety and stability of an income. Bridget Khunga received the Orant Ulemu Scholarship, allowing her to study at Malawi University of Business and Applied Science.
While the numbers show the breadth of Orant’s progress, the people show the heart. Our community is our purpose and our reason.
Happy New Year to our mudzi!
May 2023 buoy our spirits as we continue to build stable communities. May the sun and rain keep us fed. May we serve each other with respect and compassion. May we be healthy. May we be safe. May we be loved. And may we love.
We are so grateful for everyone who walks this path beside us. Here is to another great year.
The Orant Journal
As we have discussed in some of our past blogs, Malawi Vision 2063 has three key pillars that guide the focus of the Vision. These three pillars are meant to build on each other to create the inclusively wealthy and self-reliant nation that they envision. In this blog, we will look at the second pillar of MW2063: Industrialization.
Introducing you to the culture of Malawi through a new series of articles! First in the series is the food of Malawi, an important part of culture and tradition. We’ll tell you about some traditional foods and even share some recipes! Read on for more.
In this blog, we will look at the first pillar of MW2063: Agricultural Productivity and Commercialization.
In the book Poor Economics, the authors explore the idea of the poverty trap and how it affects people across the world. In this blog, we review Poor Economics and its lessons on how to break the cycle of poverty.
Clean water is a gendered issue in Malawi. Women and girls bear the brunt of the water burden. Malita Chimbalame tells her story.
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Malawi is rich in democracy, peace, and spirit. But economically, Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world. Why?
Orant Charities has named its annual gala mudzi. Orant’s mudzi is the global village of people united for our common mission in Malawi.