“PASS ME ANOTHER WATER BOTTLE!”
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Conservation Project Uses Bottles More than 4,000 plastic water bottles, including coke and catsup containers, as well as various other plastic bottles have been collected all over Senga Bay.   In a campaign to clean up the bay area, and … Read More

EATING MUD AND DIRT
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Asidi Chisale Saw Us Pass Him Zomba, Malawi … As they neared the village, Wilson Tembo saw him waiting for the vehicle to pass in front of him. Because he was crawling on the ground it was too dangerous to … Read More

INDIANA TEEN MAKES CLEAN WATER POSSIBLE
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Linthipi, Malawi … Water must be available to sustain life, and this means where people are there is water. However, the fact that water is available does not mean it is clean water, nor does it mean there is an … Read More

SMALL WOUND LEADS TO AMPUTATION
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Salubeni Leni Moves About on One Leg It was Sunday morning and we were a long way from Lilongwe. In fact, we were closer to the Zambian border than the capital of Malawi. Our journey had taken us toward Zambia … Read More

CHANDIWO ACCEPTS GRAIN BUILDING CHALLENGE
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Village Churches Unite Under Joseph Project Chandiwo Village, Malawi … North of the Mponela Trading Center, and about 12 kilometers south of Madizi, thirteen churches have organized their members into a farm co-operative at Chandiwo Village. The intention is to … Read More

ENTERING THE HOT ZONE
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NDI MOYO – FRONTLINE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST AIDS Salima, Malawi … Leaving the pristine beauty, rolling waves, and tan colored beaches of Lake Malawi we follow the tarmac thread 11 kilometers to the historic trading center of Salima, slightly … Read More

MOBILITY FOR BERTHA
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Cobra Nearly Ends her Life One would think a child is safe when they are playing just outside their home, especially when their home is six kilometers away from the main road, in a rural setting where little crime exists, … Read More

CHECK OUT INFORMATION VIDEO
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HELP US SPREAD THE WORD One of the easiest ways to support the Malawi Project is by word of mouth. Whether it is a word to your church group, giving information over a cup of coffee to a co-worker or … Read More

CONSTRUCTION ON JOSEPH PROJECT 1
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VILLAGE UNITES BEHIND PROJECT The African sun casts its first rays across the Dowa Mountains shortly after 5:30 in the morning. By the time its brilliant rays have climbed into full view Wilson Tembo has reached the site to document … Read More

MALARIA CAN NO LONGER STOP HIM!
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Ofesi Mitali Kaphesi Village, Lilongwe … Three years ago Ofesi Mitali suffered cerebral malaria. This form of malaria is the most serious, seen as the most severe neurological complication of the infection. In sub-Sahara Africa there are over 575,000 childhood … Read More

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