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Empowering Children. Deirdre, Sara, Jonathan. Empowering Children – Malawi Project. Mission: To improve the quality of life for all children in Malawi. Key issues: Child labor Public health Agriculture Economic welfare Education Environment Poverty Infrastructure.

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empowering children

Empowering Children

Deirdre, Sara, Jonathan

empowering children malawi project
Empowering Children – Malawi Project
  • Mission: To improve the quality of life for all children in Malawi
  • Key issues:
    • Child labor
  • Public health
  • Agriculture
  • Economic welfare
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Poverty
  • Infrastructure
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Empowering Children

The long-term goal of Empowering Children is to improve the quality of life for children in Chilipa, which includes

  • improving public health,
  • decreasing poverty,
  • increasing long-term employment and
  • providing the means for increasing government revenues to support public services

Empowering Children

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Empowering Children
  • By working with governments, INGOs, businesses and communities, Empowering Children aims to develop a sustainable public education system, which consists of experiential learning and vocational training
  • Empowering Children also trains government to create an environment for sustainable solutions and socio-economic development
  • The aim is to spur infrastructure development and encourage business creation, development and investment
  • Empowering Children aims to ensure quality control when partnering with other INGOs

Empowering Children

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Empowering Children
  • Implementers: mobilising resources to provide services
  • Direct aid provision: Partnership and support through governments
  • Innovation: Coordinating methods for change
  • Monitoring: Ensuring other INGOs are using resources efficiently and producing effective results
  • Legitimacy: Create social change for sustainable development
  • Trust: Accountability measurements
  • Balancing priorities through partnerships
  • Impact: Percentage increase and decrease of indicators of social ailments
  • Scale: Begin in Chilipa and move across Malawi
  • Offset brain drain and displacement by creating employment through education, training and development.
  • The ultimate aim is to increase government resources to create partnerships for sustainable economic growth and good governance.

Empowering Children

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Empowering Children
  • Focus: Sustainability, coordination and quality control
  • Combating amateurism with measures of effectiveness
  • Working with the state, rather than undermining it
  • Improving citizen accountability through education and empowerment

Empowering Children

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Empowering Children

Empowering Children & Other INGOs

  • Partner with INGOs to create a plan for developing civil society in Chilipa to generate individual social responsibility
  • Partner with advocacy SNGOs to develop a public health campaign to improve public health in Chilipa, and an awareness campaign to encourage the tobacco company to take corporate social responsibility in Chilipa
  • Partner with IFAD to promote the farming of alternative crops and improve quality standards in order to increase agriculture exports
  • Partner with Traidlinksto train locals in business creation and development, to support local production in order to empower the people and encourage economic independence and growth
  • Create a knowledge sharing partnership with World Education for the implementation of an experiential learning and vocational training program in Chilipa

Empowering Children

Other INGOs

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Empowering Children

Empowering Children & Community

  • Meet the needs of Chilipa society by creating a sustainable educational system by addressing the root causes of societal ailments and generating collaboration and accountability amongst the people
  • Vocational training for the society, which includes the production of stones for infrastructure development

Empowering Children

Communities

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Empowering Children

Empowering Children & Businesses/Market

  • Solicit funding from the Tobacco companies to support the development of the public education system

Empowering Children

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Empowering Children

Empowering Children & Chilipa Government

  • Determine methods for development within the constraints of funding and regulations
  • Collaboratively establish sustainable public education system, embedded in the government provided service
  • Train governments in fiscal discipline, NGO facilitation and public service development and implementation

Government IGOs

Empowering Children

resource mobilisation
Resource Mobilisation
  • Source grants from Irish Aid, USAID, DfID, CIDA & the European Commission
  • Partner with INGOs that are operational and potentially leverage funding through those relationships
  • Work alongside IFAD, Agricultural Development Programme – supporting small landholder, tobacco farmers to diversify their agricultural practices.
chilipia logistical reason
Close to water supply

67% of the population has sustainable access to water

Possible promotion of trade on the lake

Develop fisheries potential.

Chilipia – Logistical Reason

Most northern City in Malawi in relation to donor countries

switch from tobacco to consumption produce product
Switch from Tobacco to Consumption Produce/ Product

In theory

Problem: Finding a marketable crop that could replace it and benefit them at same time.

  • 75% of employment is in the agricultural sector and want to sustain that
  • IFAD is supporting a livelihoods diversification programme introducing new crops for the food chain and as cash crops
  • The food chain crops focus on highly nutritious varieties
  • Measurements of valuation include the % changes in agricultural numbers and data.
health business
Health measurements using data provided elsewhere to hopefully measure the improvements on the other fronts.

All include HIV Rates, Insecticides, fertility rates, child underweights, public health expense, life expectancy, literacy rate, etc.

Problem: valuing a certain part of the claim by your topic.

May use as a total valuation based on collaboration

Business Model Numbers

GDP

Exports/ Imports

Revenues/ Expenses

Industry Pools

Health & Business
our formula for 100 success
Total Pop 13.5

Annual Growth 2.2%

Annual Total Pop growth per year =.297

From that 78,000 in tobacco ind.

95% of 78,000 entrance

44% of 78,000 complete level1

25% of 78,000 complete level 2

78000

(44% + 2.2% + 2%)

=3744

Our Short Term Goal is only 2% for 5 years with a ambitious total of 10% over 5 years in the completion rates.

Our Formula For 100% Success
education
Education

Education is often seen as a privilege. It is not. Education is a right. It is the key to a better childhood and a better future for children, their communities and their countries.

It is one of many human rights that poor people are denied every day (ActionAid)

deliverables
Deliverables

Educational opportunities at primary and secondary level

  • Embedded in the local educational system
  • Vocational component
  • Potential for employment
  • Income generation
bibliography
Bibliography
  • Lewis, D (2001) The Management of Non-Governmental Development Organisations, Routledge, London & New York
  • Logo - www.dreamstime.com
  • Photo, boy in school www.nabc.nl
  • List of NGOs operation in Malawi http://www.malawi-invest.net/cont_ngo_list.htmlIFADhttp://www.ifad.org/evaluation/public_html/eksyst/doc/prj/r158mwbe.html

Class Notes