After completing her studies at Chancellor College, Isabel went on to gain a prestigious Global health Corps fellowship and be Chair of Roteract in Lilongwe. She is now is pursuing her MBA and supporting other young leaders as Malawi Programmes and Operations Senior Associate for Global Health Corps.
Tumeliwa found strength to rebuild herself as a woman with albinism and now fights for the rights of others living with albinism in Malawi, through her SWD project Front Seat
ARASA's 2017 annual forum brought organisations from all over Southern Africa with the aim of strengthening partnerships, learning, networking and setting a 5 year agenda for the region on issues related to HIV & AIDS, TB and human rights.
This May, we welcomed four new Mentors: Abel, Salome, Michael and Mercy, all exemplary 2016 Dreamers from DCE and MCHS. They kicked the year off with an all-day participatory training full of games, activities and role-play.