Achieving sustainable economic growth and food security is inextricably linked to climate change. Malawi faces continued challenges of deforestation, constrained water resources, declining fisheries, limited institutional capacity to manage natural resources and farming practices that lead to soil erosion and reduced fertility, among others.( US AID)
In Malawi, 9.9 million people do not use basic sanitation and 5.6 million people who do not have access to safe water sources. Poor sanitation, unsafe water, and unhygienic practices contribute to 3,000 under-five child deaths every year. (Unicef WASH report 2018)
Clean water does more to increase human lifespan than any kind of drug or surgery.
We aim to give access to clean water and have installed two boreholes, giving access to over 6000 people.
- We have funded two bore holes
Around 88% of Malawi’s population live without access to power which stumps learning, business and communications. It gets dark at 6pm so is only possible to study by candlelight which is expensive and can be dangerous. (World Bank).
We aim to provide stable sustainable power, helping children and adults study and have access to information at night. So far we have provided solar power at Orphanage and college sites
- Solar Power installed at Tilinanu and Newcastle College sites
The forest cover of the country reduced from 47% in 1975 to 36% in 2005. This is the highest deforestation rate in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, representing a net loss of some 30,000 to 40,000 hectares per year.
Love Support Unite will be planting over 1000 trees in 2019, and helping the community use bylaws to protect existing forest and Eco systems.
- Over 1000 trees planted in 2019