Our work with youth in Malawi

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Our work with youth in Malawi

04 August 2015

Concern’s programmes for young people in Malawi have a strong reputation for innovation and for strong technical leadership in areas of health, nutrition, livelihoods and gender-based violence. 

Our strategic plan for tackling poverty in Malawi strongly emphasises meeting the needs of youth. A core focus is around the sexual and reproductive needs of young people, including prevention of, and response to, gender-based violence. Over the past several years, we have developed programmes that promote positive behaviour among adolescents, including SKILLZ, a soccer camp that educates and inspires young people in the fight against HIV.

Other approaches include the support of education services, interactive theatre performances and the support of men’s groups which promote alternative notions of power and masculinity.

To find out more about our work with youth in Malawi and its impact, read the report below.

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Cleanwell Gondwe takes part in Concern’s Skillz programme in Nkhotakota, Malawi. Photo taken by Kieran McConville/Concern Worldwide.

Our work with youth in Malawi

Concern’s work with young people in Malawi has a strong reputation for high quality, innovative programming. Find out why.