ABOUT KONDANANI UK
Kondanani UK is a British charity with offices in England and Scotland that is dedicated to supporting those in need or hardship, especially ‘widows and orphans’. Our efforts are focused primarily in Africa’s poorest country, Malawi, but can extend elsewhere.
We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to live a life free from suffering, and we strive to provide that support where we can. Through our support of Kondanani Children’s Village in Malawi we are dedicated to providing homes, education and healthcare to a growing community. We believe education is one of the most powerful tools for transforming lives and communities and are committed to providing access to quality education to those who need it most. Our work also focuses to reducing the mortality rate of children aged 1-5 through a Paediatric Hospital on the same site of the orphanage, which is a lifesaver to the surrounding community.
Through our work, we are able to make a meaningful impact on the lives of countless individuals. We rely on the generosity of donors and supporters to continue our important mission, and we welcome all who share our commitment to join us in this effort. Together, we can make a difference and bring hope and comfort to those who need it most.
Kondanani Children’s Village
KCV has several homes housing orphaned children as well as a paediatric hospital providing essential healthcare to the children of the surrounding community. We assist the team in Malawi to provide a loving home for them with a first rate education and help them dream big dreams. We’re also support the Esther Meyer Memorial Children’s Hospital at Kondanani that treats kids aged 1-5. This is a lifeline to disadvantaged families living in nearby villages.
KCV houses and schools over 140 orphans, the oldest of whom are attending University. Employment of 130 Malawian staff benefits the district. Medical care is provided to local families by visiting doctors and dentists, a rehabilitation clinic for children with Cerebral Palsy and the new Children’s Hospital.