Child Legacy International seeks to break the cycle of poverty by requiring participation from the local populations in the areas where we work so they have ownership in the development of their own communities
Malawi is the fourth poorest country in the world, with over 80% of its 20 million people living in rural villages, most without electricity.
Most of Malawi’s rural population survives on an income of less than $2 a day.
Over 37% of Malawian children are stunted from severe malnutrition and 32,000 of them die before age 5.
63% of children in Malawi live in multi-dimensional poverty.