Smile Mums Foundation

Blantyre, Malawi, Africa
Smile Mums Foundation is community focused organization founded with the aim of improving lives of vulnerable Mothers, Children and girls. The organization use innovation ideas from young people who led the foundation with much focus on helping mothers and children to achieve everlasting change

Online Volunteering

Below is a list of online tasks we would love help with!
Content Writing
Write a funding grant proposal 10 - 15 hours
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Contact Person

Mphatso Mafunga
Smile Mums Foundation, P.o.Box 60, Zalewa, Blantyre Malawi,, Blantyre, Malawi.

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Up to 5 people

To inspire breakthroughs in the way the society/ Community treats children and women to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives through has access to social services through innovative community ideas, which complement community vision

Core programs
- Health and Nutrition
- Hunger and live hood
- HIV/AIDs and gender mainstreaming
- Child protection and Education
- Community Development
- Organization Approach

Child and Mother Primary Health Care
Every mother and Child deserve access equitable health care services through promoting primary health care is the most innovative tool in reducing maternal deaths and chronicle illness at community levels

Village Savings and Loans
The strength of micro loans is that they can be infectiously inspiring. One’s a village has successfully introduced Village Savings and Loans, the concept often spread to other villages by itself

The concept of STAR-circles is to mobilize villages and encourage them to ventilate personal or common issues in circle meetings. STAR is an abbreviation for Societies Tackling AIDS through Rights that reveals that initially the circles are primarily used for mobilization against sexual diseases.

Aims at improve the quality of services delivery, for example, use workshops. Because most services provider has not access to update information, especially community volunteers, but some of them have more knowledge. They are therefore involved in-group work so that they can benefit from each other.

Theater for Development