CORPSAFRICA FOR JOB CREATION DRIVE IN MALAWI

Written by  Mayeso Chikhadzula

CorpsAfrica/Malawi a Non-Profit Organisation that focuses on volunteering on Community-led development says it is planning to work with the Government of Malawi in establishing a national youth volunteering program.

CorpsAfrica/Malawi team CorpsAfrica/Malawi team
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According to Country Director for CorpsAfrica in Malawi, Arthur Nkosi, the program will help in the creation of job opportunities among the youth.

Nkosi, said they have so far trained over 50 volunteers in 17 districts across the country.

He said among other things, the volunteers are initiating various projects across the country.

Nkosi said they are also working towards motivating refugees Iiving in the country through various interventions.

The Country Director said with funding from the National Basketball Association of the United States have so far constructed a basketball court.

"As CorpsAfrica we are planning to work with the Government of  Malawi in establishing a national volunteering program that will help in job creation," Nkosi said.

Nkosi further added that the organisation is targeting students who have completed their tertiary education to assist in the volunteering work in different sectors.

The organisation also conducts exchange programmes where Malawian volunteers are privileged to work in the four countries where CorpsAfrica is operating.

The organisation is working in four countries including Malawi, Morocco, Senegal and Rwanda with 290 volunteers and it has so far initiated 500 projects across the four nations.

CorpsAfrica  Malawi was established in 2015 and to date, it has initiated various projects including the Job Creation Drive in Malawi.

According to Country Director for CorpAfrica in Malawi Arthur Nkosi, the programme will help in the creation of job opportunities among the youth.

Nkosi, said they have so far trained over 50 volunteers in 17 districts across the Country.

He said among other things the volunteers are initiating various projects across the country.

Nkosi said they are also working towards motivating refugees Iiving in the country through various interventions.

On this Nkosi said with funding from the National Basketball Association of the United States, the organisation has constructed a basketball court.

"As CorpsAfrica we are planning to work with the government of  Malawi in establishing a national volunteering program that will help in job creation," said Nkosi.

Nkosi further added that the organisation is targeting students who have completed their tertiary education to assist in the volunteering work in different sectors.

He said CorpsAfrica in Malawi also conduct exchange programs where Malawian volunteers go and work in the four countries where CorpsAfrica is operating.

The NGO  is working in Malawi, Morocco, Senegal and Rwanda with 290 volunteers and it has so far initiated 500 projects across the four nations.

CorpsAfrica in Malawi was established in 2015 and to date, it has accomplished 87 projects with funding from OCP Morocco, Mastercard and Revlis.

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