WHAT THEY SHARE IN COMMON
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Chingalangande Village & Mpandalinga Village … At first glance one would say they have little in common. Doress is a pleasant, vibrant 14-year-old teen-ager from Chingalangande Village west of the historic old colonial capital of Zomba. On the other end … Read More

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HUNGER BITES HARD
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Orphans and Elderly Go to Bed Hungry The level of hunger is swelling each day. Food reserves have run dry. The chance to get additional support has grown lean. People in villages especially, children and women are being critically affected. … Read More

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LILONGWE – MALAWI’S CAPITAL
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Malawi’s Capital City What was once a traditional trading center and sleepy fishing village on the banks of the Lilongwe River, Lilongwe has wafted into a dynamic, vibrant commercial, government and national center of activity for the nation of Malawi. … Read More

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TRACTOR CULTIVATES SUCCESS
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Mzuzu, Malawi … Success is sometimes measured in inches, not miles, days, not years. Such realities can often be disheartening when development workers seek to promote improvements. One can easily understand why aid groups sometimes just give out commodities rather … Read More

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HOW MUCH CAN HE CONTRIBUTE?
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Mzimba Boma Malawi … It is far too easy for most people to take their feet and legs for granted. Each morning as our eyes open we move quickly from our beds and begin activities for the day. We do … Read More

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SITUATION CRITICAL FOR THE CHILDREN
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Thondwe, Malawi … “The warehouse is empty. The price of food has reached the highest levels ever in the history of the country,” reports Wilson Tembo from Malawi. “Despite having crops that appear to be good later this year, people … Read More

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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

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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

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NO LIFE SAVING RUBBER GLOVES
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Lilongwe, Malawi … “It has been nearly 20 years since we met Nurse Colette in a small rural hospital far away from the main highway. She was the only person on staff the day we arrived with supplies and she … Read More

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TRAVELING IN A DEATH TRAP
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Lilongwe, Malawi … It is no wonder the Nation Newspaper carried an editorial questioning whether the government should ban some of the mini-van buses from the roads. The problem is not with all mini-vans, but rests with a segment of … Read More

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