A local NGO working towards: empowering communities to actively address issues of poverty, unemployment, climate change, pollution and provide support to people infected and affected by AIDS; through social behavioral change communication and advocacy, strengthening community care services.
CISE is a non-profit making local non-governmental organization registered with Malawi Government through the Registrar General’s office and its certificate number is TR/INC 6515. Other registration bodies to which the organization is registered include CONGOMA with certificate number C943/2017 and the NGO Board of Malawi. The organization was established in 2012 with the primary focus to response to community problems which include: high levels of child malnutrition and mortality, increased HIV/AIDS related deaths in the communities, lack of access to clean water and hygiene practices, lack of SRH capacity among the youths, lack of access to early childhood development services and poor delivery of primary education services and standards among others.
Organize activities to raise funds or otherwise solicit and gather monetary donations or other gifts for keeping girls in school project.
Facilitate early grade reading in a safe school fashion where physical, environment harm and abuse reduction will be the intervention priority for both in school and communities.
Work with youth support groups on youth empowerment for participation in decision making processes at local level.
Training parents and guardians in village savings and loans
Volunteer costs are £70 ($100) per week.
Costs to volunteer do not include flights, in-country transport, food, drink, and any other additional personal costs.
Volunteers are expected to fundraise for the charity before they volunteer.
A minimum of three to four weeks.
Want to Visit But Can’t Commit to Our Recommended Placement Duration?
We welcome visitors too. It’s a fantastic opportunity to gain an insight into the work we do by spending time with our passionate staff and visiting the many varied projects we run.
For more information, go to www.cisemalawi.wordpress.com
The rationale of online volunteerism is to encourage individuals to share and utilize their knowledge and skills by voluntarily doing something positive to the communities, particularly those that will have a positive impact on the under- privileged children directly or indirectly. The work CISE is requesting is fundraising.
Day-to-day duties of online volunteer will be:
researching, developing and planning fundraising ideas
managing door-to-door and street collections;
keeping records and reporting performance;
managing charity shops and online and mail order stores;
controlling budgets and meeting targets;
giving talks about CISE to the public;
writing reports and press releases
So you are giving up your time to volunteer, why give up your money too? First and foremost, because it actually costs CISE money to host volunteers in Malawi. There are staff salaries for the watchmen, gardeners, cooks, and cleaners, not to mention the maintenance and running costs to look after the chalets, shower and toilet facilities, water pump, solar panels, volunteer bicycles, and so on. Your volunteer fees cover what it costs the charity to keep this accommodation in good working order.