The sick have the right to be treated.
The curious have the right to be educated.
The hungry have the right to eat.
We design our programs to work in tandem, supporting Malawians across the three sectors that offer the best opportunities to a path out of poverty.
The 200-bed Daeyang Luke Hospital offers free care for families who can’t afford the high medical fees local hospitals charge. Learn about our campaign to triple patient capacity and improve health access through a new expansion.
Our focus on training includes medical professions, but also looks beyond that in building a strong foundation for Malawi with high impact 21st century jobs. A centerpiece of our new university will be a modern, cutting-edge library.
Agriculture is essential for subsistence production as well as exports in the country, so we created a laboratory for research and development. The lab fosters inventive crop and farming methods, and a practice farm teaches families innovative farming methods.
Malawians have the will, commitment and dedication to reverse the course of their country’s future. It is within your power to stand with them in building a brighter future.