Kamuzu Vocational Rehabilitation and Training Center


Kamuzu Vocational Rehabilitation and Training Center

The Kamuzu Vocational Rehabilitation and Training center was established by Malawi Council for the Handicapped with financial and technical assistance from the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), United National Development Programmes (UNDP) and the International Labour Organizations (ILO) in 1983.

The center was established to provide individual vocational assessment and training largely for self-employment for persons with disabilities and to upgrade vocational skills of persons with disabilities in the communities so that they could in turn serve as volunteer trainers at community level. KRVTC shares the vision to empower persons with disabilities in society through skills training as part of fulfillment of MACOHA's mandate.

The KVRTC has a capacity to train 224 trainees per intake and can accommodate two intakes per year.


Courses On Offer

  • Metal Work
  • Wood Work
  • Domestic Skills
  • Tailoring
  • Leather Craft
  • Secretarial Studies
  • Agriculture (Vegetable Growing & Poultry Keeping)
  • Refrigeration
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