“Improving prospects and relieving poverty for women in Malawi through Education ”
Malawi is the southeast Africa and was formerly know as Nyasaland. Most Malawians rely on substance farming, but the food supply situation is precarious and the country is prone to natural disasters of both extremes- from drought to heavy rainfalls- putting it in constant need of thousands of tonnes of food aid every year.
Malawi is 'real' Africa. As you fly into Blantyre all you can see are thatched mud huts and dirt track roads. This is one of the poorest countries in the world, yet it is incredibly welcoming and friendly. Exporting only tobacco and coffee, and not a major tourist destination, Malawi is a typical developing country. Despite its problems, Malawi is known as "The warm heart of Africa"