Development agencies

  • Scotland Malawi Partnership
    The Scotland Malawi Partnership exists to inspire people and organisations of Scotland to be involved with Malawi in an informed, coordinated and effective way so that both nations benefit.
  • Oxfam
    In Malawi, Oxfam trains and supports home based carers - local volunteers who support sick, elderly, and orphaned people in their communities. Carers also offer counselling and help with household chores.
  • St Mark's Church
    St Mark's Church opened for worship in 1892 as the South Parish Church of Aberdeen and adopted the name it now bears on its union with East and Belmont Church in 1972. Locally known as the "Salvation" in the "Education, Salvation and Damnation" block of buildings on the north side of Rosemount Viaduct the church sits between the Aberdeen Central Library and His Majesty's Theatre.
  • Craigiebuckler Church
    Craigiebuckler Parish Church is the fourth largest congregation in Aberdeen Presbytery of the Church of Scotland. It is a beautiful setting, popular for weddings. The church is progressive in the style of worship which incorporates traditional and modern forms. It is also progressive in that the church actively seeks to involve itself with the local community.