Maloto supports health and nutrition programs at Kwithu Community Organization, including one that provides hot, nutritious meals to nearly 300 children at least three times a week; community outreach activities to help HIV+ children and their families access critical health services and nutrition information; and a food distribution program for the community’s most vulnerable households.
Maloto supports the educational programming at Kwithu Community Based organization and Mzuzu International Academy. Programs include Kwithu’s effective after-school tutoring; an early childhood educational program; and a scholarship fund for local secondary schools and universities. In addition Maloto supports high-achieving students at Mzuzu International Academy.
Maloto’s Kwithu Kitchen has developed innovative ways to feed vulnerable members of the community of Mzuzu, including launching a business canning and preserving tomatoes. Over 400 high-quality tomato seedlings are grown each year in partnership with more than 100 local farmers. Kwithu Kitchen is addressing food scarcity while nurturing entrepreneurial leadership skills.