• Maloto local partner
    Kwithu Kitchen featured
    on the TODAY Show.
    Watch the video »

  • Children at community
    based organization, Kwithu
    Women's Group in Malawi.
    More on Kwithu CBO »

  • Kwithu Kitchen showcases
    its tomatoes & canned goods
    at the Trade Fair in Malawi.
    More on Kwithu Kitchen »

  • Student from Mzuzu
    Academy, international
    secondary school to
    educate Malawi children.
    More on Mzuzu Academy »

  • Volunteer Claire Whipple
    leads children's activities
    at Mzuzu Academy.
    Read more on our blog »

  • Volunteer Jake Koshland
    works in the tomato gardens
    of Maloto's local partners.
    Get involved »

feed

Kwithu Women’s Group is a community-based organization founded in 2004. Kwithu, meaning home, was founded to create a loving, supportive environment for vulnerable children. The dedicated group feeds hundreds of orphaned children three times a week. For many of these children, this is the only food they eat. Learn More »

For less than $10 each month, you can feed a child.

educate

Recognizing that quality education was one of the biggest challenges facing Malawi, Maloto worked with local leaders and the community to build Mzuzu International Academy – the first internationally accredited secondary school in northern Malawi. Opened in September of 2010, Mzuzu International Academy offers its students a diverse, vibrant learning community in which all strive to succeed collectively as well as individually. Learn More »

Please help send a child to school by supporting Maloto’s secondary school fund.

empower

Kwithu Kitchen was founded on the notion of moving beyond aid to innovation. Capitalizing on their agricultural experience and entrepreneurial spirit, the women of Kwithu worked with Maloto to establish Kwithu Kitchen. Kwithu Kitchen is a women-owned food-processing cooperative focused on producing value added agricultural products. Learn More »

Please support the expansion of Kwithu Kitchen.

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From the Maloto Journal

  • A Long Road Ahead for Secondary Education in Malawi

    In Malawi the official secondary school age group is defined as 14-17. In reality, though, the ages vary drastically because many children don’t leave primary school until they are much...

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