Threads of Care is a project that empowers women through skill building and employment opportunities. Through this project, World Care Foundation/MASYP has been able to provide sustainable livelihoods for many women and support their families. World Care foundation/MASYAP through the
MASYAP Youth Self-Awareness Event.
MASYAP, through the Youth Program organized a get-together function on 10th April 2023 at Chichiri secondary school hall in Blantyre District. The function was held under the theme: Self-awareness. Being self-aware is having a good knowledge and understanding of yourself
MASYAP Donates Food Pack Relief To Cyclone Freddy Victims.
In March, MASYAP donated 610 food packs to its support group members who were affected by Cyclone Freddy that hit Malawi. After passing through Southern Africa for the second time this in the same month, Tropical Storm Freddy swept through
MASYAP Threads of Care Tailoring Project.
The Threads Of Care tailoring project aims at empowering women and young mothers. The project provides employment to MASYAP women and youth members including widows, old age women and the HIV infected and affected members. The project promotes self-reliance and
MASYAP Threads of Care Tailoring Project
MASYAP World Care Foundation recognize that Threads of Care tailoring project is playing a key role in every woman working under this project. The project provides employment to MASYAP women members, promoting that there should be no gender discrimination but
MASYAP HIV Testing Services (HTS)
These are the services that are offered to our support groups in order to relay the message of HIV and AIDS, counsel, have the members get tested and to start medications if found positive so that they live a perfect
MASYAP School Fees Bursary Programme
At the beginning of every academic year, MASYAP conducts a general school fees bursary meeting. During this meeting, both beneficiaries and their parents/guardians are invited for the briefing of the school fees programme rules and regulations. The MASYAP team emphasized
MASYAP Corner Tv Programme
Apart from the netball competition, there was also children’s corner which was also recorded while children and their tutor painting and sketching different things. There were two classes. Morning class was about painting that was led by Imaan Tayyub. The
MASYAP Youth Support Group Visit.
During the routine outreach programmes, MASYAP visited the Makungwa support group in Thyolo District. This is one of the support groups that have talented girls with tailoring skills as shown in the picture below:
MASYAP Youth Netball Match.
There was a friendly netball match between Bangwe Alasala and Bangwe Nvula support groups in Blantyre District. MASYAP focused on a netball match during one of the visits.