Malawi

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Community Teaching

Malawi

Africa

Meet a new generation of eager students and help to improve their English as a Malawian Community Teacher or Teacher’s Aide!

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Culture Week

Malawi

Africa

Learn all about Malawi’s culture, local food, customs, do’s and don’ts and be engaged as you get to know the people around you!

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Environmental Conservation

Malawi

Africa

Come and experience Malawi and its conservation efforts by contributing to Mangochi’s sustainability while experiencing life as one of its villagers!

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Fishing Experience

Malawi

Africa

Join this unique program to experience life as a Malawian Fisherman (or woman!

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QUICK INFO

Name: Republic of Malawi

Population: 16 million

Capital: Lilongwe

Language: Chewa

Currency: Kwacha (ZMK)

Time zone: CAT (UTC +2)

MORE ABOUT MALAWI

Known as "The Warm Heart of Africa", Malawi is a landlocked country in southeast Africa that is bordered by Zambia, Tanzania, and Mozambique. It was settled by migrating Bantu groups in the 10th century and was later colonized by the British in 1891. In 1953 Malawi, then known as Nyasaland, a protectorate of the United Kingdom, became a protectorate within the semi-independent Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, this ended in 1963. Nyasaland became an independent country a year later under Queen Elizabeth II with the new name Malawi. Two years later it became a republic and gained its independence.

Many of today’s Malawians are descendants of the Bantu people who moved across Africa and into Malawi for hundreds of years up to the fifteenth century.It is a country that welcomes all who wish to experience the incomparable combination of environment, wildlife & culture in one of Africa's most beautiful and diverse countries.

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