In pictures: Malawi’s Generation Hope

From fighting crime to flying planes, children enjoying Mary’s Meals at school in Malawi have big plans for the future. 

Emmanuel Underford, 11 

“I want to be a minibus driver. I just wish I could drive one.” 

 

Chrissy Jonathon, 14 

“I want to be an accountant when I am done with school. I like that their job is to count money.” 

 

Lloyd Mtelela, 10 

“I want to be a doctor, so I can help sick people get better.” 

 

Delia Brown, 13 

“I want to be a policewoman. I admire how smart they look in their uniform.” 

 

Ganizani, 18 

“I want to be a politician in the future. I admire the politician for this area because I see him working in the community.” 

 

Rachel, 12  

“I want to be a pilot. I envy the people I see getting on and off the aeroplane in Blantyre. I just wish I was one of them.” 

 

Godly, 12  

“I want to be a scientist when I’m older, so I can teach people about living life.”