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  • Timothy Mtambo

    Working with CEDEP has been very fruitful.CEDEP is always proffessional and committed human rights organisation in Malawi.Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) has always cherished the working relationship it has had with CEDEP.The two institutions have collaborated in many areas such as LGBTI human rights advocacy work , litigation, and general governance issues.Malawians are aware of the good working relationship these institutions have enjoyed.CEDEP has been a true friend of CHRR no wonder the institutions have always supported each other on many issues.CHRR is looking forward for continued good partnership with CEDEP for years to come.
     

Who We Are

Centre for the Development of People (CEDEP) is a Human Rights organization registered in Malawi in 2006. CEDEP’s mission is to create an enabling environment and protect the wellbeing of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people and other vulnerable groups.

Our Mission and Vision

Our Mission

To create an enabling environment and protect the wellbeing of sexual minorities and other vulnerable groups

Our Vision

A society that values human diversity and upholds social justice and wellness for all.

Documents and Downloads

 
CEDEP in association with South Africa’s ‘Gay And Lesbian Memory in Action’ has published a groundbreaking new book entitled Queer Malawi: Untold Stories

Proudly Malawian: Life Stories from Lesbian and gender-nonconforming individuals

This groundbreaking collection brings together the life stories of eleven lesbian, bisexual ad gender­ nonconforming Malawians. Told in the contributors’ own words, these powerful narratives shed light on a daily struggle to live freely and with dignity.