Being one of the poorest countries in the world, Malawi presents so many challenges to the people from there.

Challenges that those of us who have grown up in the Global North probably couldn’t even fathom.

And to add to the challenges that the country faces because of the poverty, the pandemic has pushed the children’s rights movement back by at least 30 years. If not more.

Life is not easy.

But there is hope. And that hope comes in the form of Chance4Change. Who we have worked with a few times over the years.

Chance4Change was established in 2011 and the organisation believes that all young people have the right to be active citizens and equal members of society.

Today I speak with Grace who has been with Chance4Change since 2013 in many capacities, before taking up her post as Country Director.

Today she talks to us about the many challenges the country faces, what they are doing to support the young people, and how TIE will play an important part in providing even more hope.

And you can even be a part of it.

So grab your favourite beverage. Or throw on those running shoes and here is a window to Malawi. And how women and girls are getting a second chance at life.

And if you’re keen to get involved with TIE. To broaden your horizons, transform your life, skill-sets and networks, while changing the world, why don’t you get in touch.

This project will be kicking off on the 20th of September, and we are pulling together a phenomenal team. There are a couple of spots left and we would love for you to be a part of the transformative experience.

So if you’re keen to change your life and the lives of others. Let’s chat. I’d love to work with you.

It’s time. Let’s change things!