Taonga Doras Saka is a passionate advocate for social justice, specializing in Human Rights, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Livingstonia. Her journey began in 2017 as a Volunteer-Mentor with Light Her Path Foundation, focusing on girl mentorship and Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR). She has volunteered in the International Citizen Service (ICS) program under VSO Malawi, where she empowered the Youth in schools and communities on critical issues of SRHR. Taonga has previously worked with Habitat for Humanity Malawi, focusing on Child Protection, Vulnerable Group Housing, WASH, and Disaster Risk Management. She was pivotal as a Project Officer within the team that successfully implemented one of the organization’s most significant projects, “UNDP-HFHM Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Recovery Project.” This initiative provided essential support to 380 households affected by Cyclone Idai, offering them a path to recovery and building resilience by training over 500 artisans on safer construction guidelines.
Now, as a Community Development Facilitator with CorpsAfrica, Taonga is eager to elevate her passion, knowledge, skills, and experience. She is committed to working with communities to make lasting positive change. She looks forward to joining a network of like-minded individuals dedicated to advancing Human Rights and Community Development.