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P.O. BOX 126,
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Malawi

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January Watchman Mvula


Added on: Nov 03, 2017

Last Updated: Dec 06, 2017

I am the Executive Director of SURCOD and my role is to coordinate all the programmes

Sustainable Rural Community Development (SURCOD) is a local Non-Governmental Organisation creating opportunities for lasting improvement in peoples’ lives.  The organisation was incorporated on 17th May, 2010 as a Limited private company with the registration number 10522. SURCOD is a member of Council for Non-Governmental Organisation in Malawi CONGOMA since its inception in 2011 and our registration number is C564/2011. A member of NGO Board Malawi since April, 2015 and our registration number is NGO/L/15/014. On 1st August 2013 Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at its Substantive Session of July 2013 adopted the recommendation of the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to grant special consultative status to Sustainable Rural Community Development Organisation (SURCOD). In Malawi we work in Nsanje and Chikwawa Districts in collaboration with District Council and communities to implement development interventions reaching over the rural people.

Vision statement

Our vision is a country, Malawi, where rural communities are self-sustained, where the population is healthy and fully empowered, and where all people are equal, know their rights and take their own development initiatives.

 

Mission statement

To improve the livelihoods of rural communities by generating economic, agricultural, educational and cultural empowerment, and by promoting health and gender equality through the mobilization, training, education and entertainment of all women, men and children.

PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ORGANIZATION

January Watchman Mvula

I am January Mvula from Malawi, Professionally I am a development worker and the founder of Sustainable Rural Community Development Organization in Malawi. As a development worker I like to empower the community which is living in hopeless area, and they think that they have nothing to do with development. The most important thing I do with these community is to show them that I am part of them and I am ready to learn from them especially on how they do things. This acts like my entry point to the community, when the community learn that I am part of them they become so flexible to teach me how they do their things, after learning all these things I always polish what ever the community already know to integrate it with the development approaches which can assist them to take the ideas so easily. By doing this I feel that the communities are empowered easily cause they know that what we are doing is the same things they have been doing.

Malawi

p beemarao

I am an social activist from my childhood, and eager to serve service towards the children and my community peoples get forward from their illiteracy ,poverty, slavery, economic, women empowerment and all social aspects treat equal as all community. My name is Mr.beemarao ,B.E, MBA..,

India

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