Sustainable Rural Community Development is the Organisation which was established in 2006 in Chikwawa, with the background of Community Development. The vision came into existence after spending most of my life working in the rural where I experienced lots of hardship the poor people get especially those living in the very remote areas where there is no road networks, no boreholes, no trading centers, no hospitals and all other things. The aim was to work hand in hand with these communities using participatory methods to map up their development needs and start working together as the community. Surcod is a registered Organisation and was registered under the Government as a Company Limited by guarantee on 17th May, 2010 and our registration number is CR10522 Companies Act 1984. FOOD SECURITY AND HOUSEHOLD INCOME. The objective of this is to improve household income as well as food access among rural community. We are working with 20 farmer groups in Nsanje where we are encouraging small irrigation and river diversion method of farming. Our volunteers are involved in the facilitation of compost manure making as a way of promoting conservation farming we are training farmers using manuals from HYDRA. We are also engaged in saving and income generating project in Chididi where we are encouraging women to have saving groups through Chididi Women Groups Saving and Capital Building Project which we are in the advanced process of developing a partnership with Volkat for funding. So far 20 women groups has already bin established to benefit from this project MALARIA AWARENESS PROJECT Nsanje is one of the district which is highly affected with Malaria due to the fact that it is very close to Shire river. Despite being the valuable natural resource in the District, the river acts as the breeding ground for mosquitoes which is host insect which spread malaria. There is a concern that many pregnant women and under five children are victims of the disease. We are therefore engaged in a Project which is aiming at sensitizing the communities on the benefits of using treated nets as a means to fight against Malaria.