Malawi has the lowest tertiary enrolment rate in the world. We fund tertiary educational scholarships to enable the emergence of more qualified professionals.
Girls face many deep-rooted challenges to complete their secondary education in Satemwa's rural community. We sponsor vulnerable girls through secondary school.
Our scholarships are holistic and tailored to our scholars' individual needs. A typical fully inclusive scholarship includes funding for tuition fees, accommodation, meals, materials, a laptop, medical care and safeguarding checks. We encourage and fund work experience programmes.
15 further new laptops to loan our scholars
10 further secondary scholarships for vulnerable girls
3 further tertiary educational scholarships
How can you help?
£6,500 funds a typical 4-year tertiary degree in Malawi
£1,500 sponsors a girl through secondary school in Malawi
Our scholars know what their country needs. Malawi has 20 million people, with only 600 registered doctors. Many of our scholars will qualify in medical fields
At least half our scholarships are set aside for young women. They are already role models in their community, encouraging girls to fulfil their potential.
At least 60% of foreign medical equipment donated to Malawi breaks. Joyce will qualify in Biomedical Engineering, to create suitable equipment for her country.
Our graduates are already transforming their community. Please check our website for more details.
Rare Charity provides educational opportunities in tea communities. The people working in tea represent some of the most marginalised communities in many of the world’s poorest countries. Our mission is to equip talented and ambitious individuals to implement social change in their community.