Terms of Reference for Developing an Information Management and Filing System

Link to PDF copy of TORs: https://t.ly/bYGiv Background  Tilitonse Foundation is a registered company, limited by guarantee, which was established in 2016 as a grant making and Capacity Development facility to support Malawian Non State Actors to engage in governance interventions.  Tilitonse Foundation has the following objectives: To build capacity in Non-State Actors to promote, […]

Stronger Together: Tilitonse Foundation and ZGF Collaborate for Impact

The Tilitonse Foundation (Malawi) and the Zambian Governance Foundation (ZGF) are key players in national granting and community development. Both organisations hold significant regranting financial resources from Comic Relief and the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office of the United Kingdom (FCDO). The two organisations recently came together under the guise of the Chipata Accord, a […]

End of Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Training to CSOs

Many myths exist in the continuing debate about gender mainstreaming with some arguing that such attempts are fundamentally biased against women. Are these assertions reflected in reality? Are women truly favored over men? Are women already equal? Do policies only address women’s issues? How does gender mainstreaming benefit everyone? How can we overcome misconceptions surrounding […]

Corporate Governance Training in Blantyre

Board Directors and Executive Directors from different Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) are at Crossroads Hotel in Blantyre for a Corporate Governance Training organised by the Tilitonse Foundation and the Civil Society Agriculture Network (CISANET) With generous support from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and Welthungerhilfe, this initiative aims to equip […]

Consultative Meeting focused on, “Reimagining African Philanthropy Support Infrastructure”

We are excited to have been part of a consultative meeting focused on, “Reimagining African Philanthropy Support Infrastructure in Southern Africa”. The gathering that was held in Johannesburg, South Africa on 24th April 2024 reflected on the possibilities of establishing a philanthropy network for Southern Africa. Register for the upcoming African Philanthropy Network General Assembly: […]

Safeguarding in Development Work

This afternoon we are having an interesting conversation on Safeguarding. Questions are being asked as to what it means to the anchor partners in the Shfiting the Power Programme and how it fits in with local culture and laws. We are all committed to creating a safe space to work and ensuring staff and communities […]

Monitoring Visit by Tilitonse Foundation to CYECE

Tilitonse Foundation Team is currently in Dedza, where Center for Youth Empowerment and Civic Education (CYECE) is conducting an Advocacy meeting with Service Providers and duty bearers on effective Food and Nutrition Security (FNS) policy implementation. As part of the Strengthening Food and Nutrition Security Programme in Malawi, Tilitonse Foundation is closely collaborating with CSOs, […]

A visit to Grassroots Action Support Organisation (GASO) in Golomoti, Dedza

Our visiting partners in the Shift the Power Programme visited the Grassroots Action Support Organisation (GASO) in Golomoti, Dedza today. They witnessed first hand the power of community-led development and philanthropy to raise financial resources to address the unmet needs of the community. GASO also demonstrated the positive impact of the Shift the Power Programme’s […]

Insightful discussions with CBNRM

After our visit at CBNRM, we are now engaging in insightful discussions at the Natural Sanctuary with Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) The Executive Director for CBNRM, Dr. Malidadi Langa shared a key lesson learned from the Tilitonse Catalyst fund as it has the capacity to support promising Community-Based Organizations (CBOs). At the time […]

Tilitonse Foundation and Anchor Partners Visit CBNRM Offices in Area 43, Lilongwe

Tilitonse Foundation, Zambian Governance Foundation, West Africa Civil Society Institute, STAR Ghana foundation and our development partners visited Community – Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) offices in Area 43, Lilongwe as part of our Shift the Power Programme. During the visit, we had the privilege of touring their offices and also appreciate the dedication and […]