Mamie Martin’s legacy

Mamie Martin’s granddaughter has written about her life and work in ‘Life and Work’, the Church of Scotland magazine. In it she encourages us to …

Anne Hepburn – an appreciation

Everyone in Scotland connected with women in Malawi knew of Anne Hepburn. Anne was born in 1925 and passed away on 29th July 2016, just short …

Why girls’ education matters

In this short video, our coordinator in Malawi, Mercy Sibande, shares her views on why girls’ education matters so much in Malawi, and why our work …

Information leaflet now available

Thanks to a capacity-building grant from the Scottish Government we have conducted an impact assessment of our work in Malawi, which is available on our Downloads …

Scotland Street Coffee Supports Mamie Martin

Brodies Melrose, the long-established Scottish tea and coffee merchant, are launching a new brand of Malawi (Mzuzu) coffee. They started importing Mzuzu coffee last year and …

Impact Report Published

At our AGM in Nov, we launched our Impact Report. The report presents the data collected in a research study funded by the Scottish Government …

Bandawe Head Teacher Visits Scotland

Benford Mwakayuni, the Head Teacher of Bandawe Girls Secondary School in North Malawi, visited Scotland this month. Bandawe is where Mamie Martin is buried and …