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About the Ntha Foundation

Creativity & Innovation For Development Through Advocacy

Ntha Foundation is an education trust that fosters the use of creativity and innovation for development through advocacy. We aim to assist in the creation of sustainable businesses, creating employment, and in the longrun boosting the private sector. We use creativity and innovation to advocate for socio-economic transformation through strategic communication.

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.

To bridge researchers & creatives to create informative & engagin content to champion change, create businesses, curb unemployment and in the longrun eradicate poverty.

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Opportunities & Updates

2024 Women’s History Month | KWATHU UPGRADE

2024 Women’s History Month | KWATHU UPGRADE

To celebrate the 2024 Womens History Month, we at the Kwathu Kollective through #DigitalSkillsforAfrica (@DS4Africa) partnered with the…
SAIS Investment Readiness Programme 2024 | CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

SAIS Investment Readiness Programme 2024 | CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Are you running a tech start-up and want to transform the agriculture…
M’mawa Management Training | COHORT 3

M’mawa Management Training | COHORT 3

We are delighted to partner with The Catholic University of Malawi –…
Mastercard Foundation Associate Program | CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Mastercard Foundation Associate Program | CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The Mastercard Foundation is introducing an Associate Program - a new initiative…

Apply for Our Flagship Programmes

The Nyenyezi Fellowship and the M'mawa Management Training Program are the Ntha Foundation's flagship programmes - bi-annual trainings which equip final year University students and fresh graduates with the necessary skills to create and manage sustainable businesses and become job-creators, as opposed to jobseekers.

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