Adopt a Child Project

Since its establishment, CFED had carried out a number of projects. One of the projects is
Adopt a Child which has been working towards reducing the number of girls that drop
outs of school due to lack of school fees, uniform; development fee and other basic
school needs. The project connects needy students to well-wishers to support their
education. The support is either directly between the sponsor and the beneficiary or
through CFED. This is open to any well-wisher willing to support a child in form of either
cash or materials such as school uniforms, shoes, notebooks, ball points or development
fee contribution. We have close to 20 students in secondary schools under the bursary

Tiwerenge Project

Tiwerenge is a newspaper reading project that buys newspapers for schools. The aim is to
bring current affairs closer to students and also improving the reading culture among the
school-going children. Currently, five schools in Chilomoni Township namely; Mulunguzi
CDSS, Michiru CCAP Primary, Mulunguzi Primary, Lumbira CDSS and John Paul II
Leadership & IT Institute are receiving free copies. Other schools are Ntambanyama
primary school in Thyolo, Kankhate primary school in Mchinji and Livingstonia CDSS in
Rumphi. Each of the schools receives a Weekend Nation copy every week.

Leadership and Governance

CFED also runs governance projects aimed at bridging the information gap and promote professionalism in different sectors of the economy. The initiative provides trainings to different groups if professions. From 11-12 October 2018, CFED with funding from KAS Media Africa from Germany trained 30 journalists drawn from different media houses in political communication and journalism ahead of the 2019 Malawi elections.The project was funded at the tune of 12000 Euros (about K10 020 000). More trainings have been planned.