• Action for Youth in Sustainable Environment and Empowerment


    This is an international youth exchange project that is coordinated by Network for Youth Development (NfYD) that empowers and educates young people to take lead local action to deal with global issues.

  • Child Protection and Participation


    The program aims at promoting inclusive participation of children and youths in their own protection from all forms of violence against them.

    More girls and boys in all settings use acquired life skills in protecting themselves from all forms of violence, Children with disabilities are visible and active in child advocacy groups and more children and youths are made aware of transparency and accountability and other principles of human rights based approaches and demand accountability from other duty-bearers. The project is being implemented in Mulanje district.

  • Girls Get Equal


    The Girls Get Equal – Zotheka project is one of the child protection projects implemented by Point of Progress. By addressing the underlying causes of teen pregnancy and child marriage, the project helps to advance equality for females. Children, especially girls, parents, local leaders, initiators, and religious leaders are some of the primary targets of this project as they are all involved in it. The project has good working relationship with important stakeholders involved in child protection, including the social welfare, police, health, and education sectors.

  • Transform MAMO

    The Sustainable Food Systems for Rural Agriculture Transformation and Resilience Programme (TRANSFORM) is being implemented by Point of Progress over a period of 5 years (2020-2025) with support from the Royal Norwegian Embassy through the Development Fund of Norway. The programme is coordinated by a consortium of three Norwegian organisations namely; the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), the Development Fund of Norway (DF) and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU).



    SALFP contributes to food security by enhancing rural community’s capacity to adapting to the effects of climate change through the adoption of various sustainable agriculture (SA) technologies. The project makes use of the lead farmer approach in reaching out to as many households as possible.

    The program is being implemented in Mzimba North, Mzimba South, Nkhatabay, Dowa and Lilongwe rural.

  • My Life My Choice


    My Life My Choice is a program which aimed at increasing the socio-economic empowerment of the rural youth focusing on in Education, sexual reproductive health, Youth Participation, Income Generation and Environment. The program targets young people of ages between 13 – 23 in Mzimba South, Nkhotakota, Dowa and Lilongwe.

  • Her Future Her Choice


    Her Future Her Choice (HFHC) is a Point of Progress project that strives to eliminate gender disparities that prevent young women and girls from exercising their sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR). In Malawi, the program delivers comprehensive, rights-based information and services to adolescent girls and young women aged 10 to 24 in Traditional Authorities Chimutu and Malili in Lilongwe.

  • Young Women Can Do It Program


    YWCDI is a program that empowers young women from different communities for personal and social transformation. Furthermore, it inspires young women (girls) to have the voice, ability and problem solving capacity to speak up, be decision makers, create visionary change and realize their full potential within their communities.

    YWCDI addresses the very heart of issues confronting young women and those that affect their wellbeing – increasing confidence in their own voice and convictions, developing life-skills, and improving the ability to identify paths and resources within their communities that can contribute to positive change and break cycles for a lifetime.

    The program is currently being implemented in Mzimba and Machinga districts.


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Network for Youth Development is working on improving attitudes, structures and cultural aspects that will help young people more especially young women gain ability, authority, and agency to make decisions and implement change