KHAMA works in partnership with MicroEnterprise Africa, a charity which invests in social enterprise projects in Malawi, reinvesting profits into other projects to support and revitalise disadvantaged communities in the country.


Investing in agricultural projects and others that benefit farming communities, the organisations main aim is to help to find solutions to the challenges facing these communities that are sustainable in the long term.


As well as KHAMA, MEA invests in AMIC farm which aims to become a centre of excellence and encourage small holder farmers to adopt best practice in irrigation and crop planning, and also provides funding to a local restaurant Tupo’s Kitchen and Saju Agrodealers a seed shop in Kasungu.


MEA provides extensive mentoring in the essential skills required to build a small business.
Tupo's Kitchen
Saju Agrodealer
AMIC farm
AMIC farm