We launched our partnership in Malawi in 2020 to continue our mission to improve the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable children.



FEDOMA are an umbrella organisation of Organisations of Persons with Disabilities in Malawi working to provide a unified voice for all people with disabilities. FEDOMA is respected and consulted by both the Malawi government and other NGOs on issues relating to disability.

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52% of all people in Malawi live in poverty, and 1 in 5 have a disability. Most children with disabilities drop out of school due to the stigma and discrimination they face on a daily basis. We are trying to change this.

Over the last three years...


Parents Registered

We have engaged with 219 parents of children with disabilities through parent support groups.


Children Enrolled

We have enrolled 288 young children with disabilities into early childhood education.


Teachers Trained

We have trained 37 pre-school teachers in disability-inclusive teaching methods.

What our plans are

FEDOMA are imbedded within the national policy environment and are regularly consulted on high level policy, budgetary and implementation decisions that concern people with disabilities. Able Child Africa will work with FEDOMA to strengthen their authority with these change makers, ensuring that they and their members are seen as the technical lead on how best to include children with disabilities within a Malawian context. FEDOMA are interested in delivering work in the areas of inclusive justice, social protection for children with disabilities and projects focused on the economic empowerment of young people with disabilities alongside rolling out our current work together on inclusive early childhood education (ECD).


Inclusive Early Childhood Development in Malawi

We’re currently seeking funding for a national roll out of our Early Childhood Education project in Malawi, which would impact children with disabilities in 28 districts.

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Together, we can transform the lives of some of the most vulnerable children.

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