The microfinance project, which began in 2012, provides its 147 participants with loans to help them start their own businesses, and increase their economic independence.
Mai Aisha Sisters and Youth Aids Programme (MASYAP) was established in 2008 with the aim of educating Muslim women and youth on the prevention of HIV/AIDS and to provide care and support to those infected the with virus. Since then,
MASYAP is led by a strong and multi-faith female team, committed to helping women and girls in Malawi fight HIV/AIDS and its wide reaching effects. They do this by delivering programmes to improve health, reduce poverty and advocate the self-worth
Since the launch of MASYAP, our work has made a difference to the lives of hundreds of women like the ones whose stories are displayed on this page. Shaneel (11), Suzen (13), Ibrahima(13), Amina (17), Aisha (18) and Yahaya
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We are currently recruiting for two positions at MASYAP. To apply, please send your CV and cover letter indicating why you are interested in the position to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 6th January 2017. Applications will be reviewed on a rollingRead more