SAVING FOR THE FUTURE – Part 1
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The Joseph Project – Part 1   Most people know some facts about the Bible story of Joseph. Found in the book of Genesis, this young man was sold into slavery by his evil, jealous brothers, and then placed in … Read More

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SOUNDS OF THE NIGHT
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Darkness in Liwonde  Somewhere in the distance, from the safety of the Shire, a hippo snorts a warning not to intrude on his territory. Nearby other hippos slowly change course, as do two half submerged crocodiles gliding silently downstream in … Read More

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FOOD FOR YESANI
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9-year-old Yesani Chipliro  Lilongwe, Malawi … Lilongwe is the capital city of Malawi. At first glance one would think the added prosperity from being in the capital city with its international commerce, better job opportunities, and higher pay would be … Read More

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RACING THE NIGHT
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Light Begins to Disappear Near Sunset, Central Malawi … We had gotten a late start from our southern base, and were still too far from the capital as the sun challenged us to a race against the darkness. Here were … Read More

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CONGRATULATIONS ON RECOGNITION
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Lilongwe, Malawi … In the early years members of the Malawi Project found a receptive and capable co-worker in their efforts to serve the people of Malawi in the person of Napoleon Dzombe. Dzombe was a small businessman from Madisi, … Read More

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3,000 STUDENTS FACE CONSEQUENCES
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Results of Fire Still Felt Mzuzu, Malawi … It has been well over a year since the library at the Mzuzu Campus of the University of Malawi experienced a devastating fire. Not only did the flames destroy the library itself, … Read More

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NEWSLETTER – BREATH OF FRESH AIR
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Indianapolis, Indiana — Have you noticed how discouraging the national news has been in recent months? There is so much fighting; on the battlefield, in the press, and in the boardroom; resulting in too much fear, fostering unnecessary threats, creating … Read More

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HARVEST PROJECTIONS MIXED
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Thondwe, Malawi … Much of Malawi continues to suffer from famine, although there is a glimmer of hope for some areas in coming months. Wilson Tembo has submitted the following harvest and crop information for the Central and Southern regions, … Read More

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FIFTH GRADE DROP OUT BACK IN ACTION
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Nkhotakota, Malawi … The weather of joy and happiness was coupled with ululation as excitement engulfed Vinthenga Village. The village is located near Lake Malawi under the jurisdiction of Senior Traditional Authority Malengachanzi.   On this warm summer day children … Read More

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IT IS “JUST NEAR!”
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Mponela, Malawi … Cross culture work is difficult. The work is hard enough, but when one makes it cross cultural, it adds a whole new dimension to the attempt at understanding. For instance I remember the time I asked the … Read More

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