STEM Education Through Robotics
The Future Belongs to Those Who See Possibilities Today.
What we offer
After School Clubs
We offer after-school STEM tutoring sessions , that are engaging, for students of all levels. Contact us to learn more.
Our weekend STEM workshops are flexible and convenient, offering students extra time to learn outside school days.
A fun way to spend school holidays, learn new skills, make new friends, and explore creativity. Our holiday camps are open to all.
Development through Technology and Innovation.
The role of technology in the development of any country and or society cannot be overemphasized in this modern day.
RFL exists to ensure the Malawian society is not found wanting as regards to development enhanced by the use of technology.
The introduction or building on the already existing knowledge of the youth in STEM is a sure way of setting the country on a way to steady development in the global village setting.
Our vision is to create a network of robotics learning platforms across the country that foster innovation, creativity and problem-solving skills among the next generation of Malawian leaders. We believe that robotics is a powerful tool to develop critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and problem-solving skills that are essential for today’s dynamic world.
Our mission is to inspire and empower young people to pursue STEM careers through engaging and hands-on robotics education. Through partnerships with schools, universities, NGOs and the government.
We aim to provide access to robotics resources, training and mentorship for students and teachers across Malawi.
Females have always been discouraged traditionally to pursue sciences, we see this all the time in the hospitals when wards call a female doctor “nurse” because in their core a doctor is male. Well, to do away with this we mentor robotics teams that have 50-50 representation or more on the female side.
We also give the females in our organisations and teams the leading roles to encourage other females to join. We are also engaging the females that have already made it in STEM careers to work with us in promoting STEM education through robotics.
We are proud to collaborate with a diverse range of partners who share our vision of advancing STEM education and innovation. Our partners include academic institutions, research centers, industry leaders, non-profit organizations, Universities and government agencies. Together, we work to create opportunities for students, educators, and professionals to engage in STEM learning and development. Here are some of our partners:
Little Scientists need your help!
Volunteer at Robotics Foundation Limited Malawi
Get involved personally and support us as a volunteer! There are different ways to support our non-profit and our projects on a voluntary basis and dedicate your know-how and working power.
Meet the RFL Team
Our team is composed of talented and dedicated professionals who share a common vision. We value collaboration, diversity, and continuous learning as the keys to our success.
Janet Esther Kapito
Co-Founder, Operations Manager.
Sally Mwayi Changaya
Social Media Manager.
Co-Founder, Finance Manager.
If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please feel free to contact us. We appreciate your interest and support.
STEM Education Through Robotics