We are always looking for volunteers to support our work. We welcome people from different backgrounds and with different experiences and skills: there is always a place for you with N4BW.
We work in close partnership with VMM (Voluntary Missionary Movement) who will often place volunteers in Sitima with us. These tend to be for longer placements, usually a minimum of one year. However, we welcome anyone but particularly, professionals with specialist skills, to work with us on shorter placements. The projects we are currently working on include agriculture, water, health, business and education.
Supporting our work in the UK is just as valuable as travelling to Malawi. We need fundraisers; regular givers; ambassadors willing to appeal in churches and in other organisations for us and trustees to join a dedicated band of volunteers. This list is by no means exhaustive: contact us to find other ways you can get involved.REGISTER YOUR INTEREST
We welcome volunteers of all ages to work with us in Malawi. Accommodation is provided in a purposely built house, fully equipped so that volunteers can live in relative comfort. Visit our page Volunteer House which tells you more. You will be working with and within the local community. Many Malawians speak English, though you will find it easier and far more rewarding, if you learn to speak the local language, Chichewa. You will need to pay for your own flight to Blantyre, for insurance and for your day to day living (which is very cheap!). N4BW will provide an induction both in this country and in Malawi; accommodation; support both professionally in the role and personally. Why not find out more? Click Register your interest.
Sheila is a retired Social Services worker and trainer. In Malawi she supported the Primary School teachers with the inclusion of children with special needs in their classes. She also helped families giving them practical advice where there were children or adults with disabilities.
Marian has volunteered with us on two occasions: she first spent a month as a short term volunteer and is now spending a full year working on a number of educational initiatives with seventeen primary schools and two secondary schools. Read more about her endeavours on her blog.
Self funded assignment of 3 months where he set up solar light project, established the sports programme and helped teach English in the local secondary school.
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