Our mission is to build sustainable communities in Africa where hope thrives and legacies of opportunity are created, breaking the generational cycle of poverty. We provide a future of opportunity for the people of Africa by facilitating access to clean water, proper nutrition, medical care, education and training. By empowering individuals and families with the vital resources they need, we enable them to make a lasting impact in their communities and countries as a whole.

Local Participation & Responsibility
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Moyo Goods is a business created by Child Legacy International’s Sustainable Program Development Model site in Malawi.

About Moyo Goods

Our purpose is to market, sell and distribute the goods produced on our farm in Msundwe, Malawi, to consumers around the globe. The primary product at this time is macadamia nuts, with expansion into other products over the next five years. Moyo Goods is organized as a public benefit corporation (PBC); its board members bear a dual responsibility to both the shareholders and to the social impact/public benefit of the organization. Profits from Moyo Goods support operations of the site in Malawi, including a free hospital and education programs, and CLI’s current and future initiatives in multiple countries.


Child Legacy International

CLI Inc is a Christian nonprofit organization working in Africa to transform lives by providing opportunities that break the generational cycle of poverty and despair. Born out of compassion, determination and grassroots knowledge, Child Legacy International invests daily in Africa’s greatest resource: her people. The organization focuses on education, health care, clean water, renewable energy and the development of sustainable farming.

Formerly known as Life Sowing Ministries, CLI first began operating in Zimbabwe in 1987.

Directed and founded by husband and wife team Karen and Jeff Rogers, CLI has made great strides to bring opportunity to the people of Africa—breaking the cycle of poverty and helping people help themselves. Realizing that meeting immediate needs was not enough to make real lasting changes, CLI designed, planned and strategically delivered a new approach to humanitarian relief work: the Sustainable Program Development Model. With a foundation of wind and solar energy, the Sustainable Program Development Model can be implemented in remote areas far outside national electricity grids, and it can be replicated anywhere in the world.