Tell us about your partnerships
Program funds are raised through partnerships with the Government of Malawi, various companies, United Nations agencies, Governments of the United States of America, Europe, the European Union and a range of national and international organizations.
Current and past partners are: United States Department of Agriculture, the European Union, the National AIDS Commission- Malawi , the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology- Malawi, the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), Canada Fund and TEVETA - Malawi.
What type of team (staff, volunteers, etc.) will ensure that you achieve the growth milestones identified in the Social Impact section? [75 words]
DAPP favors volunteerism as this enables the volunteers to have an ownership of the program. DAPP also has an international volunteering program where volunteers contribute to the project implementation over a period of 6 months. DAPP Dowa Teacher Training College has a has a teaching staff of 25 lecturers and group teachers, 4 international volunteers, 380 active student teachers and about 10 volunteers in the community who mobilize fellow community members. The program will continue to work closely with the Primary Education Advisers, education, social work and agriculture officials.
Please elaborate on any needs or offers you have mentioned above and/or suggest categories of support that aren't specified within the list
It is part of the program's concept that the college provides service to the surrounding community and schools based on the understanding that the college is a center for education in the community and we welcome organisations and institutions that wish to collaborate, network or partner with us as we create a better Malawi for all.