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Start the holiday giving season please contribute to MCM’s special fundraising goal of $15,000 for 2 used vehicles to better serve orphans. With a minibus Henock, our Education Director, will taxi our teachers and nurse to/from the center. Currently the staff have arduous commutes which include walking a 2 mile dirt road to work. During the 4 month[…]
To better equip the boys at MCM for future employment our team launched the Young Men’s Project this summer. The program includes mentoring to provide guidance and nurturing to develop strong leaders in their homes and communities. In addition with the help of local men the group is taught vocational and business skills; learning to craft household,[…]
When you meet 20 year old Stella Fombe you know this young woman is driven. She is small in stature but stands out in a group. It is not just her physical appearance, with long braided extensions and a bright pink fleece jacket that makes you stop and listen but her big smile, giggle and[…]
After returning from a two week project at MCM and in surrounding villages this past June, Binghamton University student, Jennifer Wapiski-Moordian, wrote in her blog post “at the farewell ceremony with the staff and students of MCM, I made my promise to do everything in my power to return again next year. I want to continue to build the[…]
One of MCM’s goals is to provide the 150+ orphans we serve with resources needed to be successful in their education. This includes providing meals each day, uniforms and shoes, school fees for the government programs, educational supplies and tutoring. Additionally, 70 students in preschool to Standard 4 attend MCM Academy, offering smaller class sizes and higher-quality[…]
Our mission has always been to provide Malawi’s orphaned population of 4 – 19 year olds the resources they need to thrive; nutrition, education, healthcare and emotional support. We realize that these children come to us disadvantaged and underserved from living with families caught in a cycle of poverty starting at a very early age. They[…]
In November MCM’s staff and children were hopeful for a hearty harvest this April as they prepared the rows and mounds of soil, planted maize seeds, fertilized and weeded the crops. The maize harvested at MCM would be used to support half of our food allocations needed to serve the 150 children one meal a day for[…]
Through MCM’s Global Classroom program our children, who are isolated geographically, economically and technically, have the opportunity to expand their horizons by learning from, teaching to and sharing with peers thousands of miles away. Since 2012 we’ve partnered with schools to enlighten both groups of students about the world around them, promote cross cultural learning[…]
Local villagers show thanks for the provision of maize which will last them through to the next harvest. We are so thankful to our generous donors who enable MCM to provide a 50 kg bag of maize to 111 families each month during Malawi’s food scarcity. Your support literally saves lives. Donate to our Maize[…]
MCM provides 150 orphans “security” in many forms; consistent food availability, education towards financial independence, a caring staff. The Center building itself is seen as a fortress to these children; a safe haven and refuge. Inside not only are the children protected from the elements of extreme heat or excessive rain but their food, books[…]
Create conditions in which Malawi's orphans can thrive.
Each child at MCM receives a nutritious meal each day with the appropriate proteins and nutrients to aid in their physical and mental development.
MCM provides educational and tutoring programs to assist orphans of all ages to to excel in their studies.
Regular health assessments prevent illness and are critical to detection of diseases like malaria and HIV AIDs.
The loving care shown by MCM staff and volunteers shows children that they are valued. We work towards the well-being of every child.
OUR MALAWI TEAM
Our local team is devoted to serving Malawi's orphans.
Ken & Avisha Mpemba
For the majority of Malawi's orphans, life consists of surviving each day.
There are numerous threats that Malawi's orphans face each day: poverty, malnutrition, lack of healthcare, as well as the direct and indirect effects of AIDS. Few have an opportunity at a full education and must learn to fend for themselves. There is a severe emotional and psychological affect on orphans due to such extreme conditions. 130,000 children are living with HIV. Only 6% of orphans receive medical support. Females average only 7 years of education. 50% of all orphans & vulnerable children have lost one or both parents due to AIDS. It is easy to understand why Malawi's orphans fail to see any future - they must survive the day. There is a future for orphans - a bright one! MCM was founded on and remains driven by a mission to help Malawi's orphans thrive.
% of child deaths due to preventable causes
% of children with stunted development
% of poor children who fail to start primary school
% of children under 5 yrs who are malnourished