Jolly Futures is in the initial stages in Malawi.

In 2018-2019 a Jolly Phonics pilot study was conducted in the Nkhata Bay community on the shore of Lake Malawi, in partnership with the charity Ripple Africa, that was already supporting schools there.


A small pilot study has been implemented in Malawi

Pilot phase
Rollout phase
Sustainability phase

Take a look at the project in action...

Project Reports and Documents

Malawi 2019 Pilot Report-1.pdf

Project Contacts

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Nikki Luxford

Corporate Partnerships, Marketing and Volunteering Manager, Ripple Africa

Projects: Nkhata Bay

Project Partners

Ripple Africa’s overriding aim is to empower communities so they themselves can achieve a sustainable future – they strongly believe that the local people can be the solution to many of the challenges they face.