Green corn, popcorn, nsima... Maize is the major staple food crop in Malawi. 60% of the total cropped land is devoted to its production.
Tango Phiri will manage Orant's Financially Empowering Microloans for Women Program, building opportunities for the rural poor in Malawi.
Zaina is the President of BOMFA, a farmer’s co-op in Malawi. BOMFA provides no-interest loans to farmers, as well as mentorship support.
The Government of Malawi distributed COVID-19 vaccines to Malawian healthcare workers first. 45 people on Orant's campus received a vaccine.
Heartland by Sarah Smarsh investigates American poverty myths. These myths give insight to global misconceptions about poverty.
Orant treats undernutrition in Malawi with RUTF, Ready to Use Therapeutic Food; a combo of powdered milk, peanut butter, and micronutrients.
Orant is excited to announce the launch of a new program: Friends of Orant. This community of monthly givers, united in empathy and generosity, makes a sustainable impact on the people of Malawi.
Each year, a time of hunger comes to Malawi. Orant Charities Africa fights hunger by distributing free maize at the height of the hunger season.
The recent winter storms in Texas invite Orant's US support team to reflect on why they work with and for Malawian communities.
Community Based Management gives Malawi communities resources to manage their water. More players, like Orant, are also needed for success.