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Bridget Kaisi, 11 Yr, Grade 7

Bridget Kaisi 11 Years, grade 7

Sponsoring a child is the most powerful way you can fight poverty.

Become a Childcare Organiztion child Sponsor today- and change a

child’s world for good.


Hope Matope, 10 Yr, Grade 4

Hope Matope. 10 years, grade 4.

Charity Maluwa, 12 Yr, Grade 7

Charity Maluwa, 12 Years , Grade 7

Patrick Chifunga, 12 Yr,Grade 7

Patrick Chifunga, 12 years, grade 7




The first years of a child’s life are critical to his or her development and a sacred trust of the community.

” Create the desire and basis for lifelong learning that will bring thoughtfully active, socially and environmentally responsible members into our local community.” The community is happy with the support from ‘Mary Johnson’ through Malawi Children.org.




Without supporters like Nicole Patterson we would not be able to achieve all the work we do, helping disabled children and their families across Zomba District. Get involved with Childcare Organization and make a difference to children and families.


Childcare Organization operates medical clinics at community level   In many of these areas, the Childcare Organization clinic is the only medical care available with financial support from The
Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation of United states of America. During Vitamin A Supplementation , children were being given Measles vaccination.


Health Surveillance Assistants from District Health Office Zomba Ms Thondoya giving vaccination to children at Manthimba CBCC.


Also with her colleague Jean from Matawale health center.


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A child being hold by her mother receiving Vitamin A during Child Health Week


A caregiver waiting to receive Vitamin A and De-worming tablets at the Milliot CBCC, Traditional Authority Mwambo.


A caregiver with a 2 year old child at Vitamin A supplementation point


Enelesi Likoswe with her 8 months Child Chifundo batumeo ready to receive Vitamin A.


These beautiful Babies are able to survive because of the generous support provided by American People.The Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation has provided funding that made Childcare organization to reach children in typical rural areas (hard to reach) and we provide fuel and lunch for the volunteers to reach these children at Chisi island.


Caregivers from Elliot Village waiting to receive a high dose of Vitamin A supplementation.





Gloria Matinga and some Community health Volunteers counting cartoons of Vitamin A of 200 000 IU and Albendazole from Vitamin Angels and with financial support from Angella Tony (fuel)


Children are happy with these products and extend their gratitudes to American people for their generous Support especially Angela DelDotto

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Violet Didimu is holding a Bottle of Vitamin A 200 000 IU


This is at Namithethe CBCC along Jali, Phalombe road children holding Vitamin A bottles donated by Vitamin Angels of USA santa barbara, CA


Health Surveillance Assistants from Matawale Health center ready to provide a high dose of Vitamin A Supplementation to children ages 6 months to 59 months at Group village Headman Nambesa and transport has been provided to them for 5 days with financial support from Angela DelDotto


The girl child is ready to receive Vitamin A supplementation at Namithethe CBCC


This boy is healthy because he receives Vitamin A and Albendazole


Children ages 6 to 59 months in all the CBCCs have received Vitamin A and Albendazole


Health Surveillance Assistant is tallying and a CBO volunteer giving Vitamin A to Children ages 6 to 59 months at Namithethe CBCC.
















Early childhood Development focusing on the physical, cognitive/mental, psychosocial, moral, spiritual and emotional development  for 50 children from Mbalu. Early learning and stimulation, linkages with essential social services, hygiene and sanitation, nutrition and complementaryDSC00122 feeding inclusive with support from Paul Sevenich from United States of America




Issues of child abuse and exploitation is increasingly along Lake chilwa, partners organized an open day at Kachulu Primary school. This has been possible with support from Scott Moe from United states of America.


Pupils from Kachulu Primary school


Now resources are sufficient at this area to protect children from abuse and exploitation because of the human capacity of 10 child rights clubs equipped with support from Scott Moe



Sea Saw at the Community Based Childcare Center with support from Mary K. Johnson



Cathy and Lisa at on at the Sea saw


With support from Mary K. Johnson from United States of America



Manthimba children’s Corner offer children, especially Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVC), a safe environment in which to play, receive counselling by peers and volunteers and participate in life skills activities with support from JoAnn Pooton from United Sates of America.DSC02891

Play materials has been purchased in all the Children’ s Corner around Group Village Headman nambesa, traditional Authority Mwambo.