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Lucia Gosta Malawi surveys her vegetable plot

Christian Aid in Malawi

Christian Aid has been working in Malawi for almost 20 years. Our projects have focused mainly on resilience, disaster risk response and health, including maternal and child health and HIV treatment and prevention.

We support vulnerable communities to improve health and build resilience by participating in and influencing development.

With our partners, we contribute to Christian Aid’s essential purpose by empowering poor and marginalised communities and individuals to find practical and sustainable ways out of poverty and to be actively involved in decisions and opportunities that affect them.

We are currently updating this page and further information will be added soon.

Reports and resources

Download our Harvest video on how we're training pigeon pea farmers like Frank to have better business skills.

The Harvest assembly can follow the story of Frank and the Pea Stalk, or it can be delivered separately.

This tells the story of Frank and the Pea Stalk. The illustrations are available in our slideshow presentation listed below.

A presentation illustrating the story of Frank and the Pea Stalk which can accompany the Harvest fairy tale.

Raise awareness - a presentation to share with your church. 

A few ideas to explore during whole school or class collective worship – including sunflower templates to cut out and colour in!

A slideshow to accompany the Harvest assembly.

Use this to introduce your pupils to Agar in Ethiopia - whose family is using solar power for the good of their health and the climate.

All you and your church need to know about the project you're supporting this Harvest.

Looks at the tax dodging that has cost the countries that receive money from the Scottish Government’s international development fund almost £43m.

Contact us

Christian Aid Malawi is based in Lilongwe. We also draw on the expertise of colleagues from other Christian Aid teams across Africa and the world, staff at Christian Aid’s UK headquarters, and INGO networks in Malawi and beyond.