• Mission Statement

    AHM will endeavor to create solutions to poverty, health, HIV AND AIDS, social justice, food insecurity, inequality, and environmental degradation in Malawi, with the active participation of the communities.

    Vision Statement

    An organization that empowers the poor, the marginalized, discriminated against to undertake development that is integral and holistic.

    Protect young girls

    The Executive Director of Action Hope Malawi Sammy Aaron has been quoted by Media about the rampant increase of Teenage Pregnancies in Mangochi and he has described this situation as worrisome which needs urgent actions.

    News, Events & Stories

    The organization was established in response to community problems which include high levels of child malnutrition and mortality, increased HIV/AIDS-related deaths in the communities, and lack of access to clean water and hygiene practices...

    Education for Girls

    Girls stay in School campaign by Action Hope Malawi

    Second Chance

    Teen mothers who have gone back to school under the Adolescent Development Program.

    Girls Future

    Adolescent girls and young women receiving School materials in Zomba

  • What We Do

    Our current projects and programs

    Women and Youth Empowerment.

    Improved quality of Life

    This program aims at increasing access to economic opportunities among women in order to be financially independent thereby addressing GBV in their families. The program also targets Adolescent girls and boys (Youth) by giving them economic support through vocational artisan skills that will enable them to create jobs and be economically empowered.

    Interface Meetings

     

    Interface meeting: Female Sex workers, Judiciary, Police, and City Council discussing issues that affect Female Sex workers in Zomba, Machinga and Blantyre.

    Awareness meetings

    Collaboration

    Executive Director Sammy Aaron making a speech during one of the Awareness meetings where Senior Government Officials were in attendance

    Fight Against GBV

     

    Let's fight against GBV-Executive Director (in the middle in civilian) with Police officers during a parade against GBV in Malawi

    Under-Aged Sex Workers

     

    Increasing numbers of some of the under-aged Female Sex workers under-aged sex workers in Machinga have been recruited to quit sex work and currently are undergoing various vocational skills training with funding from KIRK FOUNDATION-DENMARK

    Vocational Skills Training

     

    Increasing numbers of some of the under-aged Female Sex workers under-aged sex workers in Machinga have been recruited to quit sex work and currently are undergoing various vocational skills training with funding from KIRK FOUNDATION-DENMARK

  • Our Recent Events Gallery

    Photos & Videos from our events

    Improved nutrition among children and youths living with HIV/AIDS

    In accordance with the country's vision to ensure that youth and children living with HIV/AIDS are living a healthy and productive life in Malawi, Action Hope Malawi with funding from The Egmont Trust ventured into a project dubbed “improved nutrition among children and youths living with HIV/AIDS” at T/A M’biza and sub-T/A Ntholowa in Zomba. The project targets under 5 children and youths affected by HIV/AIDS.

    The one-year project trained caregivers in utilizing locally available nutritious foods to promote healthy nutrition among children and youths. The project also worked on improving ART adherence among kids living with HIV/AIDS so as to improve wellbeing.

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    Improved access to health services

    Action Hope Malawi with funding from AIDS FONDET is implementing a program to improve access to health services among Female Sex workers in Blantyre, Zomba, and Machinga Districts.

    MUAC screening

    Action Hope Malawi involved a Nutritionist in facilitating the sessions with the assistance of health personnel in conducting MUAC screening and height measurement using a stadiometer on the children under 5 to determine those with malnutrition for the project and track progress after different interventions.

    Improved health services

    Access to improved health services is a fundamental human right to all including young people

    Cooking session at T/A M’biza

    Action Hope Malawi conducted cooking sessions with the caregivers to train them on how to prepare locally available nutritious meals at T/A M’biza and Sub T/A Ntholowa.

    Caregivers celebrating at T/A M’biza

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