Nick and Barton
Nick and Barton
Claire and Abbie
Gill and Robert

Thriving partnerships and new research at Determined to Develop

  • July 30, 2017

For two months each year, Determined to Develop (D2D) hosts a collaboration of budding human rights and development students from the US and Malawi, who collaborate with each other to conduct valuable research into D2D’s key programming areas. The University of Dayton’s Malawi Practicum program and the University of Livingstonia’s…

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Determined to Develop Malawi Reforestation 2
Determined to Develop Malawi Reforestation 2
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Determined to Develop tackles deforestation in Malawi, Africa

  • July 4, 2017

Determined to Develop (D2D) recognizes the beauty of Malawi as its headquarters are located at the Maji Zuwa (“Water and Sun”) resort, which sits directly beside Lake Malawi. With the Tanzanian mountains lingering beyond the lake, our view looking out from the resort is breath-taking. Such aesthetic elegance is not…

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Determined to Develop Malawi Water Pump Wasambo 1
Determined to Develop Malawi Water Pump Wasambo 1
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Solar pump water system installed at Wasambo High School site

  • May 21, 2017

In Determined to Develops's (D2D) rural catchment area, most people retrieve their water in the traditional Malawian way, by carrying heavy, cumbersome buckets balanced on the head from long distances. Women and children spend hours each day collecting water from often unsafe sources for bathing, cooking, drinking and cleaning. Streams…

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Determined to Develop Malawi Adult Literacy 2
Determined to Develop Malawi Adult Literacy 2
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Determined to Develop expands Adult Literacy Program in Malawi

  • April 8, 2017

In November 2016, Determined to Develop (D2D) reported on the first cycle of adult literacy participants graduating from the program. 24 graduates, made up solely of women, attended twice weekly adult literacy classes for two years to learn how to read and write in order to develop themselves, their families…

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