Norwich Dedza Partnership

The Norwich-Dedza Partnership is a charity that develops and supports practical links between Norwich, UK and Dedza District in central Malawi. We believe there are mutual benefits from collaboration leading to a greater appreciation of the differences and similarities in ways of life in the two areas. Projects so far have covered IT, Health, Education, Tourism, Economic Development and Community Facilities. The Partnership welcomes ideas for developing new or existing projects and is grateful for contributions of time, materials or money.

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We have continued to raise funds for the construction of the second wing of the dormitory at Umbwi Secondary School. Funding has come from a crowdfunding appeal, the Hilden Charitable Fund, Southall Trust, Arcaid and match-funding from another Trust. A total of £31,620 has been raised.

A huge thank you to everyone who pledged support. The school can now bring the dormitory up to a condition were it can be used.

Helping the school use the second wing of the dormitory will bring a number of positive benefits to the girls. This includes:

  • the girls will have their own bed and personal space
  • it will enable the girls to live in a safer environment
  • it will encourage more rural girls to stay at school for the full 4 years and reduce the dropout rate
  • it will support the Senior Chief of Dedza’s fight to reduce early marriage and childbirth
  • the hostel will facilitate more girls attending school
The two new girls' dormitories

The two new girls' dormitories from the air.