1. Raising our Voices for Change Together this Christmas

    Voices for Change Christmas Party 2017 Theatre for a Change kicked off the festive season in London on Thursday 7th December by raising our Voices for Change with our wonderful friends old and new. A lovely space in Farringdon was filled with a huge Christmas tree, a fantastic group of people, fun, laughter, generosity, music, […]

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  2. A Story from Malawi for World AIDS Day 2017

    A Story from Malawi for World AIDS Day 2017 It’s 1st December – World AIDS Day – and today, like every day, Theatre for a Change stands up for everyone’s right to access healthcare and education, and for an HIV/AIDS free world. We work to improve the sexual and reproductive health of vulnerable and marginalised […]

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  3. A Champion for Women’s Rights Becomes Our New Ambassador

    A Champion for Women’s Rights Becomes our New Ambassador We are delighted to introduce you to our new Ambassador – Dr. Rosena Allin-Khan – pictured with our Executive Director Patrick Young and Interactive Theatre Programme Coordinator Ryan Borcherding. A British MP and A&E Doctor at St. George’s Hospital in London, Rosena is a passionate advocate […]

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  4. Zacchaeus’ Story

    For the last three years, TfaC has trained more than 300 outstanding female teachers (Agents of Change – AoC) that are deployed to 225 rural schools, to support more than 9,000 girls come to school, stay in school and learn. Zacchaeus is the only male AoC, posted in Dedza, Malawi. It might seem a bit odd […]

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  5. Beth’s Story – Participation, Education and Motivation

    Beth Main, a volunteer in our UK office, shares her thoughts on the value of participatory learning in combating inequality and empowering women and girls.

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  6. Bea’s Story – Government Collaboration

    Beatrice Chiphwanya, our Girls’ Education Challenge MEL Officer, explains how we partner with the Malawian government to make our projects a success.

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  7. Umba’s Story – Women Deliver Conference

    Umba Zalira is TfaC Malawi’s Community Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager. Below, she reflects on her time at a conference focused on women, development and the sustainable development goals.

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  8. Steve’s Story – Technology for Development

    Steve Hallam is TfaC Malawi’s Education Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager. Here, he tells of his experience at a conference on how technology could help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

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  9. A Radio Story

    Yamikani and Sharon are members of our Education Team in Malawi as part of the Girls’ Education Challenge Project. Here they look into how interactive radio drama is helping the project and why learners are motivated to listen.

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  10. Introducing Joan

    We are delighted to introduce you to Joan Iyiola, our new charity ambassador. Joan is a UK-based actress with a passion for story-telling, gender equality and theatre that shakes, stirs and empowers.

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Our Stories

A celebration of the people behind the projects, through their own individual stories of change.