Chazuka Project

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Chazuka Project

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The Chazuka Project exists to support young people and their families in Chazuka, Malawi. We do this by funding community-led projects directed and facilitated by our in-country team & partners.

Our vision is a world in which every child has the self-belief they need to create their own bright, happy and healthy future.

Our mission is to empower the children of Chazuka, and their families, to gain the knowledge, skills and confidence, to create life-changing opportunities for themselves.

Our first project was the creation of a nursery school which opened in February 2019. The school belongs to the community & is run by a board of in-country governors.

– Life at the Chazuka School –



We see the world, not as it is, but as it can be, when you believe in courage, kindness and potential.


We create independence. We believe in the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. 


We fund community-led projects. Local people and our in-country partners are in the driving seat.


We are socially responsible and driven by our sense of resolve. We are motivated by finding meaning in everything we do.


We are true to our values. We do the right thing by our associates, supporters and young people.


We spring back from obstacles, setbacks or limited resource. We have strength of character and we encourage the same in others.


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Language, Dancing and Traditions of The Chewa Tribes: An Infographic

There are said to be ten major tribes situated in Malawi, being: Chewa, Lomwe, Yao, Ngoni, Tumbuka, Sena, Ngonde, Tonga, Nyanja and the Lambya/Nyiha. The village of Chazuka belongs to the Chewa tribe, where it is known for its spiritual appreciation and mystical dances that pay virtue to their ancestors. This infographic will take a … Continue reading Language, Dancing and Traditions of The Chewa Tribes: An Infographic

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