MASYAP through its project Threads Of Care tailoring project ensures Educational advancement among rural girls and boys through provision of school uniforms in Malawi. The target for the first term 2023 is to provide school uniforms to 660 learners from
One of the biggest challenges for an organization is finding people with well-developed leadership skills. Understanding how to lead a team can make or break an organization. Being a leader means knowing how to solve problems, mediate conflicts and maintain
HIV/AIDS remains a major public health problem all over the world. Youth (15–24 years) are vulnerable to HIV because of the strong influence of peer pressure and the development of their sexual and social identities which often lead to experimentation.
Aisha Billy from Bangwe nvula MASYAP support group in Blantyre District is now a holder of Diploma in nursing and midwifery Technician obtained from ST Joseph collage of health sciences from October 2019 to April 2023. She has benefited from
Through the sharing of experiences, they are able to offer support, encouragement and comfort to the other group members and receive the same in return. Some sessions we included HIV/AIDS Testing Services where a provider talked on personal hygiene and
MASYAP continues to asses microfinance beneficiary’s businesses so that they don’t only survive but thrive. Here each of them is given a chance to share their business operations, how they manage the businesses and debts. The challenges faced so far
As a way for the microfinance beneficiaries to manage well their capital and businesses, trainings are held before the disbursements to equip them with business knowledge, business management and savings strategies which include debt management so they are able to
Menstruation is a natural and unavoidable part of the lives of women and girls. Accommodating the menstrual needs is a key issue for the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation.
Threads Of Care is a project that empowers women through skill building and employment opportunities, through this project, MASYAP have been able to provide sustainable livelihoods for many women and support their families. Currently the esteemed team is working tirelessly
MASYAP Youth and Women chairladies meeting took place on 22nd and 25th of July respectively. Chairladies Meeting is an assembly of chairladies from different support groups for a particular purpose, especially for formal discussion. Women and youth chairladies meetings are