Our Partners

We are grateful for the many partners who support our Volunteers in their project implementation.

We would especially like to thank the Government of Malawi, Peace Corps Malawi's most crucial partner. Without the Government of Malawi's invitation and collaboration, Peace Corps Malawi would not exist. Volunteers' project frameworks are designed in coordination with the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education, the Department of Forestry, and the Department of Parks and Wildlife and aim to meet the government's short and long-term goals. We also work closely with US government agencies including: President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

In addition to the Government of Malawi and the departments mentioned above, Peace Corps Malawi also works with the partners listed below:

Partners in the Health Sector

We work with these partners on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, malaria & other communicable diseases, health systems strengthening, nutrition promotion, and life skills training with an emphasis on behavior change.

  • Ministry of Health Malawi
  • Management Sciences for Health
  • Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • Partners in Hope
  • Population Services International
  • Grassroots Soccer (GRS)
  • One Community (JHU)

Partners in the Environment Sector

We work with these partners to encourage climate smart agriculture, improve livelihoods through small scale income generation activities,and to increase awareness and understanding of the importance of natural resource conservation.

  • Total Land Care
  • Area 55 Consulting Group
  • World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF)
  • Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust (MMCT)
  • Kusamala Permaculture Institute
  • Never Ending Foods
  • International Potato Center (CIP)
  • Ripple Africa

Partners in the Education Sector

We work with these partners to build capacity and to increase skills of teachers, providing key technical support to school clusters; and strengthening the use of English as a medium of instruction across the curriculum.

  • Ministry of Education Malawi
  • Student Driven Solutions
  • Save the Children
  • World Vision
  • Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
  • The Forum for African Women Educationalists Malawi (FAWEMA)

Partners with Peace Corps Response

  • Jesuits Refugee Services
  • One Community¬†
  • Jhpiego
  • Ministry of Education Malawi
  • Mzuzu University
  • Kamuzu College of Nursing
  • College of Medicine
  • St John of God College of Health Sciences
  • St Johns Institute for Health