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Pamoza International presently operates in three communities: Zowe, Kahelere, and Mchingasanya in Traditional Authority Chindi, Euthini, Mzimba, northern Malawi.

Using a grassroots approach, Pamoza International started operating in Zowe in 2005 then contiguously expanded to the other two communities. Operations will continue expanding contiguously. It focuses its attention on seven main initiatives:

Christian Outreach: spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ through:

  • Family Ministry – improving family life.
  • Bible Studies in the villages.
  • Bible Clubs in schools.
  • Prayer Fellowships.
  • Household to Household Visitations

Health Care: improving the physical health of the people through:

  • Running a health clinic to treat diseases.
  • Preventing and controlling the spread of AIDS and other preventable diseases.
  • Enhancing sanitation in the communities.

Education: preparing children and the youth for productive life.

Running school breakfast programs.
Running school farms to produce corn, soy, beans, and peanuts for school breakfasts with the surplus being sold and the income invested into school-improving activities as well as the community.
Improving school facilities
Running adult functional literacy programs.

Entrepreneurship: enhance income in the communities.

Start community business ventures
Support individual entrepreneurs.

Food Security and Nutrition aimed at attaining food security and improving nutritional status in the communities through food relief where and when needed and through promoting recommended food production, storage, and consumption practices.

Resource Care aimed at conserving natural resources and introducing/ effecting sustainable energy sources in the community.

Management, Capacity, and Capability Building aimed at developing Christian Outreach and Community Development management processes and procedures, building the community’s capability and capacity through improving community infrastructures, inventory of assets, documenting activities of a community’s social institutions for planning purposes, community organizing, and training.