The Microfinance Officer, Alinafe Maluwa, conducted follow-up visits to see the progress and encourage them where the businesses are failing. This is a deliberate initiative that was put in place to see if the beneficiaries are using the skills they
Women are the gateway to household security, as they generally invest more in the welfare of the family than do men. This includes expenses for education, health care, clothing, shelter and household items. Women are also more conscientious savers to
MASYAP received a donation of cash amounting to MK2,000,000 to be donated to the orphans that are raised by Women MASYAP members. All beneficiaries of the donation were invited to MASYAP office with their guardians and a chairlady from each
The MWAYI/MASYAP collaborated apprenticeship program recruits needy young women from MASYAP HIV/AIDS Support Groups to empower them financially and intellectually. The tailoring program officially launched in May 2017. The pilot program recruited five students. MWAYI and MASYAP both work in empowerment of local women and girls both in and out of school.
World Appeal has donated a further £4,000 to MASYAP, £2,000 of which was donated by Challney Girls School in Luton. Thanks so much! Half of this will go towards expanding MASYAP’s recently created youth microfinance scheme (read more here), allowing
On Wednesday, MASYAP were invited to attend the first Blantytre Police Candlelight. The AIDS Candelight memorial started in America in 1983, and is an event used to remember and reflect on those who have died from HIV/AIDS, by lighting a
On Saturday, MASYAP held the general meeting where all MASYAP members from all 30 support groups are invited to come together and share stories, performances and ideas. As well as some wonderful drama performances- covering topics ranging from HIV discrimination