Kuyenda Ndi means ‘walking with’.

We are walking with the people of Malawi and together we can turn homeless orphaned children

into empowered sons and daughters

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Kuyenda Ndi was formed by a group of friends to bring change the plight of so many homeless living on the streets of Malawi. We formed two charitable companies, Kuyenda Ndi Malawi (in UK) and Kuyenda Ndi Dziko (in Malawi). It soon became clear Kuyenda Ndi Malawi should be a charitable trust and not a company, so we closed the company. Kuyenda Ndi Dziko (in Malawi) is our charitable operating company, registered and approved by the Malawian government. It works as an NGO, in league with the Social Welfare Dept.

Our heart is to walk with local groups as they reach out to the street orphans. And where no group exists, we try to encourage local communities and churches to form one.

Malawi is one of Africa’s poorest countries, and unsurprisingly people are reluctant to take on the responsibility to start up a new initiative. There are always unforeseen costs to starting new ventures. And this is where Kuyenda Ndi comes in.

support local groups as they reach out to the street orphans. And where no group exists, we try to encourage local communities and churches to form one.

Malawi is one of Africa’s poorest countries, and unsurprisingly people are reluctant to take on the responsibility to start up a new initiative. There are always unforeseen costs to starting new ventures. And this is where Kuyenda Ndi comes in.

support existing local groups already reaching out to the street orphans. And where there aren’t any, we try to encourage local communities and churches to form such groups.

groups as they reach out to the street orphans. And where no group exists, we try to encourage local communities and churches to form one.

Malawi is one of Africa’s poorest countries, and unsurprisingly people are reluctant to take on the responsibility to start up a new initiative. There are always unforeseen costs to starting new ventures. And this is where Kuyenda Ndi comes in.

support local groups as they reach out to the street orphans. And where no group exists, we try to encourage local communities and churches to form one.

Malawi is one of Africa’s poorest countries, and unsurprisingly people are reluctant to take on the responsibility to start up a new initiative. There are always unforeseen costs to starting new ventures. And this is where Kuyenda Ndi comes in.

support existing local groups already reaching out to the street orphans. And where there aren’t any, we try to encourage local communities and churches to form such groups.


We invite people in the UK to partner with new projects until they are established and self- sufficient. Our team in Malawi walk with the new projects on behalf of our financial partners in the UK until they are off the ground and able to support themselves.



supporting. Our team in Malawi walks with and oversees new projects on behalf of our financial partners in the UK, until they are established and no longer need our help.

Our earnest prayer is that each village, each community, each local church will see the importance of acting quickly. These abandoned children will be growing up and will become part of Malawi’s future.