Mission

Our Vision

Empowered communities leading self-sustaining lives filled with dignity and self-worth; thus, adults and youth who no longer need and even more so no longer want EKARI Foundation’s support.

By the end of 2020, our goal is to increase the high school graduation rate among the students we support to 90 percent. In addition, our goal is to increase the livelihoods in the households we support by 100 percent.

Our Mission

Educating Malawians toward self dependency.

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Malawi: the Poorest Country in the World

In 2007, Paul Collier’s book The Bottom Billion made a splash as a summary of ongoing economic development studies examining the lives of the poorest billion people on our planet. The book won several awards for having condensed… Read More

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August 2016 Update

Social Media Highlight In case you missed in on our Facebook page… Grace finished top in her class for the 2015-2016 school year! Her goal is to become a professional doctor and a role model within her community…. Read More

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3 Meals a Day Program

The EKARI teams in Malawi, Seattle, and Germany have talked much about sustainability. Sustainability for nonprofits or non-government organizations is more commonly thought of as a long term plan for mission fulfillment. So what exactly does that mean?… Read More

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Impact Story: Grace

July 2016 Update

Social Media Highlight In case you missed in on our Facebook page… In January, Samson was close to finishing his college degree and becoming a teacher! He just had to teach for one term at Luchenza Community Day Secondary… Read More

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