Malawi Relief Fund UK

What We Do


Health & Wellbeing

  • Access to Clean Water
  • Winter Warmth
  • Gift of Sight Cataract operations
  • Medical equipment
  • Boys Circumcision
  • MRF Primary Health Clinics
  • Salima Maternity Hospital
  • Rural Ambulances
  • Wheel chair programme
  • Wheel chairs for Hospitals
  • Tricycles for disabled.

Humanitarian Aid

  • Food Hampers
  • Eid & Iftari Packs
  • Eid Gifts
  • Qurbani
  • Shukran Orphanage
    • Marriage Arrangements & Wedding Support
  • Orphanage Support Programme
  • Community Hubs – Masjid development
  • Emergency Rapid Response
  • Direct Support Programme

Infrastructure Development

  • New Homes Programme
  • Rebuilding Places of Worship
  • Rebuilding Places of Education
  • Build Latrines
  • Piping & Water Wells

Emergency Relief

  • Food Appeals
  • Emergency Aid
  • Covid Testing & Vaccines
  • Drought & Famine Appeals


  • Widows Development: Tailoring
  • Farmers packs
  • Winter Cropping
  • Goats Rearing
  • Passenger taxi bicycles
  • Goods Taxi bicycles
  • Fishing Boats
  • Vocational training
  • Sponsor a Teacher / Imam


  • Student Sponsorship
  • Access To Secondary Education
  • Talha Scholarship
  • Teacher Training
  • Nurseries Establishment
  • Educational Resources For Schools
  • Vocational Training
  • Shukran Primary School
  • Women’s Development
  • Religious Education



Malawi Relief Fund has been working hard to support the poor and needy in Malawi delivering humanitarian aid and responding to local need.

Working with local charitable partners, Malawi Relief Fund has been able to achieve excellent value for money in delivering the aid and programmes effectively, efficiently and more importantly, directly to the people in most need.

Supported by a team of dedicated and committed volunteers, Malawi Relief works hard to minimise administrative costs, which in the main is printing for fundraising, accounting, etc. and have donors who support to cover much of the administrative costs.

In the last year, we…

• Built 2,456 New houses (to date)
• Built 82 New community hubs including places of worship (to date)
• Provided 1,685 water points, 50 hand pumps and 80 boreholes
• Carried out 5,230 cataract operations
• Provided 12 rural ambulances
• Provided 10 tricycles and wheelchairs for the disabled
• Distributed 3,000 families provided blankets
• Distributed 78,000 families provided food packs
• Supported 200 women provided training and development
• Provided 228 graduates scholarships for degree programmes
• Provided 300 bicycles for taxi and goods
• Sponsored 100 students with scholarships for teacher training
• Sponsored 58 students supported for vocational training
• Sponsored 300 children secondary school bursary
• Delivered 6550 farmers with farmers packs
• Supported 60 families with 120 goats
• Supported 150 householders on monthly direct support programme
• Provided 150 children with nursery
• Delivered 1,200 qurbanis
• Looked after 56 children at our Shukran Orphanage
• Provided access to clean water to 220,000 people

People We Have Helped









How We Have Helped

Malawi Relief Fund UK

Promote Sustainability

Equip where possible with the tools, resources, knowledge and skills that will help individuals break the cycle of dependency and earn their own living.

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Improve access to education; Provide the resources to increase retention & attainment & where possible improve standard of education.
Run Nurseries & Islamic Education classes

Gif Of Sight. Cataract operations by Malawi Relief Fund UK

Health and Well-being

Provide access to clean water,
Access to safe treatment; cataract operations and boys circumcision,
Support for the vulnerable sections of society including widows, Develop our Orphanage

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Improve Physical Environment

Ambitious programme to build 1,000 home for victims of the 2015 floods.
Rebuild / Refurbish Mosques damaged

Together we can make a difference to the lives of many

Support Malawi Relief Fund to help alleviate poverty and break the cycle of dependency

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