Welcome to Hope4Malawi

Bringing Hope and Development

through Education


Hope4Malawi believes that education has the power to break the cycle of poverty, bringing sustainable change and reduction in poverty.


We work with government run primary and secondary schools to improve learning environments and create opportunities for students to access education that they would otherwise not have.


Our three areas of focus are:

  • Providing infrastructure including classrooms, toilets and teacher housing,

  • Resourcing schools including feeding programmes, libraries and  e-learning

  • Providing educational opportunities through secondary and tertiary sponsorship.


Our aim is to educate and empower communities so they can move beyond poverty and achieve a sustainable future.

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Please support our Christmas 2022 Appeal

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Hope Secondary School Lab is open

Thank you to Adam who ran 100Kms to raise funds to resource the Hope lab. 


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Improving Learning Environments
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Our Vision and Mission

'Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world' 

- Nelson Mandela

Hope4Malawi's vision is for sustainable development in rural southern Malawi: for communities to have hope for a better future and the skills to bring change that will break the cycle of poverty which has blighted this beautiful country.


We believe that creating great learning environments and providing opportunities for good education will enable Malawians to bring development to their own villages. We strongly believe that local people themselves are the solution to many of the challenges they face, so we aim to educate, equip and empower them to bring that change.


Our mission is to work with the Malawi Government, local communities and partners to improve the environments in which children learn and to provide sponsorship for those who would otherwise not attend secondary school and university.