The Neno Macadamia Trust (Malawi)

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Objectives:
as described in Charity Commission Activities
Neno Macadamia Trust (Malawi) Charity Commission page - registered charity number 1104555

The alleviation of poverty and the improvement of the conditions of life in socially and economically disadvantaged communities, in particular Neno and the adjacent districts in Malawi, Africa. In doing so we aim to support farmers in their own initiative. the primary focus is supporting the developing macadamia nut growing industry. Other activities include trade skills training.

The beginning of NMT

Latest news

Decemeber 2017 Macadamia nuts grown in West Malawi within 2 years

Wonderful news from Home of Hope in West Malawi, where macadamia nuts have grown successfully with careful farming and where the altitude helps macadamia trees to grow well. It is generally thought that macadamia saplings need 4 years to bear fruit, but with the right conditions and care fruit can be produced within 2 years. This is has been achieved by a partnership between NMT, HIMACUL and the Home of Hope.

September 2017 Ken from HIMACUL spends week with NMT, U.K.

An intense week working with Ken of HIMACUL included an Evening with NMT at Moggerhanger Park and planning future work in Malawi.

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