Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD)

Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD) is a humanitarian church-based organisation providing emergency relief, rehabilitation assistance and facilitates development to disaster affected and vulnerable people without discrimination. The organisation has 19 member churches.

CARD's mission aims at providing emergency relief assistance in short term to communities affected by disasters. On medium and long term development support initiatives, CARD aims at local communities empowerment both economically and socially; and the rehabilitation and conservation of natural resources to attain a balanced ecosystem.

CARD implements Food Security and Livelihood Improvement Programs, HIV/AIDS and Water and Sanitation programs in three districts of Malawi. In its works, the organisation networks with various organisations within the country, in the Southern African Region and Worldwide.

Latest from Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD)

Campaigners link right to food with climate justice

Campaigners link right to food with climate justice

Dec 10, 2012

The inextricable link between climate change and food security within a human rights framework is being discussed by the international community with increasing urgency.

Malawi: hunger in a land of plenty

Malawi: hunger in a land of plenty

Mar 24, 2011

Paul Jeffrey reports on ACT Alliance work to battle food insecurity in Malawi

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At a glance

  • Formed in 1995
  • Based in Blantyre, Malawi
  • Working in Malawi
  • Budget of $1,308,800
  • 30 members of staff

Countries we work in

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