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Areas of Intervention

Areas of Intervention



Advocacy & Policy Lobbying
CFJ believes that strategic public policy advocacy facilitates good governance and is critical in combating poverty…
Business & Human Rights
Multinational Corporations (MNCs) maintain economic and political power which is often used to violate rights in Third-world countries including Malawi...
Capacity Building for CFJ
CFJ was founded in 2005 and as such it’s an institution that is still growing in its scope of work…
Climate Change
Climate change is gaining more and more attention day-by-day and its impacts are being proved...
Economic Justice
Economic Justice entails that government policies must result in a fair distribution of wealth emanating from natural resources and that revenue and tax policies benefit ordinary Malawians instead of big corporations...
Enviromental Justice
Environmental pollution remains one of the worst environmental problems in Malawi responsible for a series of health hazards. CFJ therefore believes in environmental sanitation as one way of curbing this environmental ill...
Extractive Industry Advocacy Campaigns
The Malawi government’s strategy is to industrialize thus there is a promotion of the extractive industry in Malawi and some are calling it a resource boom. Currently there are two broad areas which is coal mining of uranium and Malawi is now home to twelve potential uranium mines all by Australian uranium mining companies which have no prior experience at all...
Governance
The concept of "governance" means that processes of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented by those in authority can be questioned. CFJ’s context of governance in Malawi is that it’s participatory, consensus oriented, accountable, transparent, responsive, effective and efficient, equitable and inclusive and follows the rule of law...
Indigenous Land Rights & Food Security
Malawi’s land system is categorized under the customary land tenure and that means Malawian farmers have no guarantee that they will farm on the same land next season in case the government demands for that piece of land…
Social Justice
CFJ believes in a just society in which people are treated equally regardless of their color, ethnicity, gender or social standing. We are particularly committed to promoting and defending the rights of socially disadvantaged groups and persons…