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NEW Partner: ASIGE. Find out more here.


No matter the issue, women and young people are working to achieve the same goal: to improve their lives and those of their families and communities.


For most, instead of being listened to and supported to drive their own change, women and young people are often ignored and overlooked.

Founded in July 2020, Amplify Action’s vision is for a just and sustainable world where women and young people can achieve their full potential, in a way that works for them.


To achieve this, our mission is to support Changemakers in Ghana and Malawi to amplify voices and support actions in their own communities, empowering them to take charge of their own change.

We are currently developing our 2022-2024 Amplify Strategy and Action Plan with our partners and look forward to sharing it with you in December 2021.


We recognise that change only happens when individuals not only deliver work in their communities, but are also able to influence and inform society.


Whether responding to barriers to economic empowerment for young people and women or inadequate schooling opportunities for those who cannot afford to access basic primary education; real change happens when communities' own experiences are translated into influence and control.

We AMPLIFY local ideas, and communities ACT to deliver them, and together real change happens!

We actively seek opportunities to amplify the actions taken by our partners through the provision of funding for interventions they want to deliver to improve their own communities.

We support our partners to increase their technical capacities and capabilities to create change from within their own communities.

Everything we do, we do together.

We are led by the knowledge of the communities we work in, we learn from the people we work with, and we listen to the people we work for.

Above: Enoch from partner CECESD in Lilongwe, Malawi delivering outreach to Parents and Teachers on the importance of children, particularly girls, returning to school post COVID19 closures #education #communitydevelopment #ubuntu