SCOPE Malawi

Empowering young people today for a brighter tomorrow

History

The SCOPE Programme in Malawi was born out of the work of the ReSCOPE Programme and which in turn was born out of the work of SCOPE Zimbabwe. SCOPE Malawi was established to build the capacity of local organizations to facilitate sustainable land use in communities through schools. We also facilitate the sharing of experiences by partners who are working with school and college communities to build resilient and productive environments. The Programme helps interested partner organizations to use the Integrated Land Use Design (ILUD) process as a tool for school and college communities to develop multi-functional landscapes that help them to move towards food sovereignty, improved nutrition and more sustainable management of natural resources. When fully implemented, the ILUD process unfolds a startling transformation of lives and landscapes in pursuit of more sustainable living. The SCOPE Programme and its partners help people to establish food forests on previously dusty, bare land.

Vision, Mission & Core Values

Our vision on the ground is to see school and college communities living in abundance using their whole land creatively.

Our Motto

"Empowering young people today for a brighter tomorrow"

Our Vision

Quality of life in Malawian communities is improved

Our Mission

To inspire and empower young people to end hunger and care for the Earth

Core values

  • Care for the Earth and respect for all forms of life
  • Children as custodians for the future
  • Integrity transparency and accountability
  • Creativity innovation and fun