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Malawi Stories

SECOND MOBILITY UNIT TARGETS INDEPENDENCE
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Juma Village, Malawi … Chimwemwe Chelewani, 22, comes from Juma Village in Traditional Authority Mchema in Chiladzulu District. Physically challenged from birth, Chimwemwe dropped out of school after no one in his family could any longer help him make the … Read More

TEN MINUTE WALK TAKES 37 YEARS
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Thondwe, Malawi … Some people seem to never be happy, complaining about so many things all of the time. They complain about broken relationships, poor grades, bad teachers, noisy neighbors, poor health, high taxes, and a shortage of food. However, … Read More

MILLION DOLLAR MEDICAL SHIPMENT BRINGS RELIEF
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Chikwewo Health Centre, Machinga, Malawi … “The old woman walked slowly toward me. Her eyes said it was me she was coming to. I was a long way from home and she certainly did not know me as I stood … Read More

FIRST MOBILITY UNIT TARGETS CAREER
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In the Dust, Across Stones and Through Mud Matowe Village, Chiladzulu Malawi, Central Africa… Twenty-two-year old Ibrahima Imran calls Matowe Village home. Ibrahima is physically challenged and has never traveled more than two-kilometers from his home, except when going to … Read More

FOOD REACHES LAKESHORE VILLAGE
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Mbawa Village, Malawi … They patiently waited, sitting under the shade of nearby trees. Children, elderly and the physically challenged all waiting with hope. These are hunger stricken families from Sinjani, Kaphatenga and Mbawa villages in the lakeshore district of … Read More

6.7 MILLION FACE FOOD SHORTAGE
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Lilongwe, Malawi … In a recent report about the food situation in Southern Africa, and especially Malawi, the headline read, “Southern Africa’s Dire Food Situation Grows Worse.”   According to the U.N.’s El Nino Coordinator for Southern Africa, “…this is … Read More