World Vision International (WVI) says the organisation is committed to improving peopleâ€™s lives in communities.
World Vision Malawi integrated ministry director Willie Kalumula said this in Traditional Authority Mphukaâ€™s area in Thyolo on Monday during a function to mark phasing out of Mphuka Area Development Programme (ADP) in the area.
Said Kalumula: â€œMphuka has registered significant improvements in lives of children and their families in various sectors such as food security, economic empowerment, education, health in terms of HIV and Aids, child sponsorship and sanitation.â€
He hoped that the area development committee (ADC) they established would help World Vision sustain the programmeâ€™s achievements.
Thyolo district commissioner Lawford Palani hailed WVI for the work the organisation has done in the area.
â€œIt is very interesting that during the 15 years of partnership with WVI, the interaction, good communication, civic education and empowerment have transformed the area,â€ said Palani.