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Village Development

Your donation will assist in providing: 

One Teacher's salary per year - $550

Mats for school - $10

School Uniforms (2 children) - $25

School Desk - $50

School Notebooks (100) - $100

4-Stall Latrine - $4,000

School Building - $12,000

Your donation will assist in providing:

Dental/Medical equipment


Health Resource Instructor - $30/day






Your donation will assist in providing:

Fertilizer (50Kg) - $32

Maize flour - $50

Treadle Sewing Machine- $150

Vegetable Garden Program - $1000




United Village Transformation is a U.S. registered 501(c)3 working to improve local education, healthcare, and the environment in rural villages around the world. Our main activity is based around the rural village of Lilongwe . We operate on a grassroots level and provide opportunities for thousands of people. Our activity includes running and assisting  Early Childhood Education Centers, primary schools,  secondary school, community dental clinics, fuel-efficient wood stoves, solar cooking, permaculture planing and fruit tree projects,  and more. As a charity, UVT is very special because of our unique set up. Our charity founders work full time as volunteers, and we have just one paid member of staff in Malawi and three paid teachers.  We adopt a philosophy of providing a hand up, not a hand out, and work with communities on a grass-roots level to make a difference in our area.

Our volunteers work as teaching assistants, volunteer nurses and doctors, and environmental project assistants. UVT volunteers are typically enthusiastic, hard-working, self-motivated and proactive people who are able to work under their own initiative. Our volunteers are loved and appreciated in the community, and although they work independently as volunteers, they work in partnership with local people, including children, community figures, local trained teachers and nurses, and UVT staff.