Zikomo Allah – Thank you my Lord

Our Story


Drop of compassion is a UK-based charity that currently works in Malawi, Bangladesh and West Bengal.

We strive to provide LONG TERM SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS through our core focus areas:





EMERGENCY RELIEF (International)

Since our launch in 2013, we have:

  • built 18 water irrigation schemes and 2 fish farms that benefit 65,000 people in Malawi
  • facilitated the treatment of 200,000 people for primary healthcare in Malawi
  • supported 670 births at the Maternity wing in Malawi
  • made boreholes that support approximately 32,000 people in Malawi
  • distributed 1000 water wheels to help people make transporting water easy in Malawi
  • built a total of 29 homes benefiting the flood victims
  • distributed food to approximately 13,750 people during the Malawi floods
  • built 6 school blocks to house 1670 students in Malawi
  • provided meals to 470 school children in Malawi every single day
  • built 4 Masjids together with a borehole, teacher (imam) house, classroom and toilet and washing facilities in Malawi
  • funded University scholarship programs for 30 individuals in Malawi
  • empowered families through goats benefiting 1000 people in Malawi
  • planted 2,000 fruit trees to benefit 19 villages in Malawi
  • helped 100s of families produce and sell honey in Malawi
  • provided 225 families with mosquito nets in Malawi
  • fed daily Iftaar meals in Ramadhan to 60 masajids in Malawi
  • fed daily Iftaar meals in Ramadhan for upto 1200 people everyday in the Rohingya camps
  • distributed 100,000 hot meals to mainly children for the Rohingya
  • Built 900 homes for the Rohingya
  • distributed 4000 food packs to provide immediate relief for the Rohingya
  • provided 50 survival packs for the Rohingya
  • distributed 50 shelter packs to keep people safe for the Rohingya
  • distributed 333 winter packs to keep families warm for the Rohingya
  • built 165 hand pumps benefiting 49,500 people for the Rohingya
  • made 9 tube wells to provide clean water to 1890 for the Rohingya
  • developed 2 solar powered deep wells to help 20,000 people for the Rohingya
  • built 99 showers and toilets for 4,950 people for the Rohingya
  • supported a medical Unit giving treatment to 1800 people for the Rohingya
  • delivered 10 boats, with umbrellas to families in Bangladesh
  • sponsored 340 orphan girls by providing them with housing, food and education and welfare in West Bengal
  • supplied bread to over 214,000 people through the Yemen bread factory


According to UNICEF (2013):

Malawi’s children face a difficult future. The country is one of the poorest in the world and ranks 170th of the 186 surveyed countries in the 2013 Human Development Index. 31.4% of the population lives in severe poverty, with serious consequences for children and women.

Life for many children and women in Malawi is characterised by poor access to healthcare and a high incidence of diarrhea, malaria and other communicable diseases. Malnutrition levels have remained high for over a decade and 46 per cent of children under the age of five are stunted.

Our objective

To ensure sustainability and to eliminate the high rate of poverty by empowering the poor. This is achieved by working together with communities to develop key infrastructure such as access to clean water, farming, health and education. Our primary focus is in Malawi, listed in the United Nations in the least developed countries category. We aim to empower the people of Malawi through various development schemes.

Who we are

We are a charity operating from Leicester, UK. Our charity is run by a young vibrant group of professionals, entrepreneurs and volunteers. We are passionate about our work that we do and we use our varied experience to focus on the needs of the beneficiaries. We formally established in February 2013 with the Charity Commission UK. Our registration number is 1151443.

100% Donation, No Deductions!

We guarantee 100% of your donations will reach their intended target. The charity operates on a voluntary basis ensuring our costs are kept to a minimum. The set-up, operating, admin and marketing costs are met by the trustees, supporters and some from the gift aid contributions.