Quick Stats: Location: Southern Africa Surface Area: 118,484 km2 Population: 18.5 million Major Cities: Lilongwe 1.07 million, Blantyre 1.06, Zomba 101,140 Major Languages: Chinyanja, Chiyao, Chitumbuka, Chilomwe, Chinkhonde, Chingoni, Chisena, Chitonga, Chinyakyusa, Chilambya Colonial History: Under United Kingdom rule Official Language: English

Team Leader: Cornelius Huwa

Cornelius has joined us as AE Team Leader Malawi effective August 2019, taking over long term leader Enoch Phiri.  Cornelius has served in a range of ministry organisations part time, as well as being a full time medical doctor.  We are delighted to have Cornelius build on the great work in Malawi, and to focus on developing the youth ministry, regional mission outreach (ie in Zimbabwe and Zambia in particular) and to add his unique practical and evangelistic skills toward developing AE’s ministry in Africa.  


Youth are the future of Africa, and it is essential that effective youth discipleship and empowerment programs are part of our mission strategy. The Foxfire Team is the youth arm of African Enterprise’s evangelistic and mission activities. Teams are made up of young people, with a passion for evangelism, who give a year of their lives to the service of the Kingdom. The year begins with two months of intensive training before they are released into ministry. Foxfires then visit schools, youth groups, churches, children’s homes and colleges in and around the cities in which they are based. Using energetic and exciting dance and drama programs to attract and connect with the youth, the Foxfires bring the Gospel message to young people and are able to speak to them as one young person to another. 

Women’s Rehabilitation at Lilongwe

Since 2003, African Enterprise Malawi has been running a beautifully transformative program restoring hope and peace to women in the capital city of Lilongwe. Many women are former prostitutes, have been thrown out of home or been victims of neglect or domestic abuse. Others are young girls who have had to drop out of school to care for relatives, or because of there is not enough money to support their education. All of them need love, care and support. These women are taught skills like dressmaking, home design and management, cooking and about the love of Jesus. For six months, in a fully funded residential program the women are trained and grow in a safe community. Many begin to regain a sense of self-worth and empowerment through optional counselling. When they leave the program, the women are gifted a sewing machine by AE Malawi to take their new skills out into their communities. They are equipped with skills to care for their families, start businesses and make a positive difference to the communities they return to. Each year 40 women are mentored and trained through this program.