As the Community Manager at Ntha Foundation, I am pleased to share with you the second (2022) Ntha Foundation annual report.
What another great year it has been here at Ntha Foundation, this year has seen the foundation growing in human resource, launch its second cohort of the M’mawa Management Training Program which was done in collaboration with the Malawi University of Science and Technology as well as being selected as one of 42 youth led organisations from across the world who published the Adolescent Youth Sexual Reproductive Health Rights Global Road Map of Action 2022 which was launched at the International Conference on Family Planning 2022 in Thailand, Pattaya.
Just to restate who we are and what we do: ‘’The Ntha Foundation is an education trust which fosters the use of creativity and innovation for entrepreneurial development.’’ We do this by assisting in the creation of sustainable businesses, creating employment, and in the long run boosting the private sector. We also advocate for socio-economic transformation through strategic communication.
Our organisational culture at its core is made up of a mix of researchers and creatives who create informative & engaging content to champion change and the pursuit of our mission. Which is ‘’Supporting the youth in the intentional use of their creative talents – helping them build sustainable brands; creating revenue for themselves and more job opportunities for other young creatives.’’
Since Ntha Foundation was formed in 2018, we have trained over 600 youth: creatives, entrepreneurs, musicians, university graduates and students through our projects such as the Digital Malawi project and the Kwathu Upgrade: Music4Malawi Project as well as our flagship programs the Nyenyezi Fellowship and M’mawa Management Training Program.
As we enter our 6th year of existence, we continue to experience growth and agile sustainability, and this is all made possible thanks to our Project Funders, Partner Organizations, Participants, Incredible Team, Consultants and other Stakeholders who we have worked with along the way.
VICTOR CAESER GONDWE
Please find the full report here: