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Malawi Stories

NAMIKANGO’S NEW FARMING AID
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The new V-Tractor which was donated to Namikango Mission by the Malawi Project in February of this year has already been making it’s mark. With 90 acres of land, 10 acres of which is farmland at Namikango, there is a … Read More

FOOD CRISIS BRINGS STATE OF EMERGENCY
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Lilongwe, Malawi … On 17 April 2016 President Peter Mutharika extended a “declaration of emergency” as reports concerning the current famine continue to reflect a worsening situation. Reports indicate insufficient food supplies for a large segment of the population, while … Read More

“THERE IS A LOT OF COLOR LEFT IN THEM”
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Indianapolis, Indiana … “Kids helping Kids” is one of the most successful programs carried out by the Malawi Project. Kids offer their imagination, their creativeness, their unselfishness, and their belief that all things are possible. The following story is one … Read More

PROJECT NEWSLETTER ON LINE
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KEEPING UP WITH THE NEWS We would like to keep you updated on what the Malawi Project is doing in Africa. One of the ways we can do this is to send you our electronic newsletter. It comes out only … Read More

MOBILITY UNITS BRING OPPORTUNITY
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Indianapolis and Demotte, Indiana … In 1994 an American missionary to Zaire (Congo) told another about the need for three-wheeled, hand-cranked wheelchairs, a need that was especially critical because of high numbers of disabilities from disease and injuries from land … Read More

BUV SUPPLIES NEEDED TRANSPORTATION
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The Malawi Project has sent three basic utility vehicles for use in Malawi. These units supply needed transportation in a nation that moves from place to place on foot, and transports most things on heads and backs. One such unit … Read More