The Mlambe Project

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Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world. We at The Mlambe Project believe that the best means of aiding the Malawian people in their struggle against poverty is through the provision of sustainable livelihoods and a high quality education. We aim to achieve this through the use of low cost and high impact methods.

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Our Strategies in Detail

We’ve worked hard to transparently define our strategies on everything from operational practices to how we work with other NGOs.

Each of these outlines has a goal, key considerations, catalysts, deliverables, and future considerations. In this way, we clarify what we need to do to turn our vision into reality.

Click here to read the detailed strategy documents.

Meet the team

Geoffrey Namagowa

Building Projects Manager and TMP Malawi Treasurer

Geoffrey started working with the project back in 2012 and has been integral to developing the project and training new builders ever since. He initially trained as an earthbag building expert and was keen to share his new skills. Geoffrey now supervises and teaches the other experts in the earthbag building technique and works as the Mlambe Project treasurer in Malawi.

John Bamusi

Trustee of Malawi NGO

John joined the Project in 2016 while teaching at Mlambe Primary School where The Mlambe Project germinated. He joined the project as a volunteer upon seeing that the project aims at creating conducive learning environment for rural children. He wanted to be part of people developing education standards for the rural Malawians. John is now a trustee for The Mlambe Project. John is also a student of University of the People, studying BBA under the sponsorship of The Mlambe Project. He is hoping to complete his studies by the end of 2023. Currently, John works in the ministry of education (Malawi) and holds the position of Assistant Centre Coordinator.


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John Bamusi (Deputy Headteacher Mlambe School)

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