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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NAMINKANGO’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

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DRIP SYSTEMS BRING SELF ESTEEM
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Lilongwe, Malawi … Drip Irrigation systems are part of the Malawi Project’s ongoing effort to offset the effects of the current famine by helping the farming community get on its feet from the disasterous famine now affecting Malawi. These systems … Read More

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“WALK BEHIND” GOES TO JAIL
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Zomba Central Prison, Malawi … Zomba Central Prison is the main prison in Malawi. It is located across the road from Zomba Central Hospital, and on the southwestern edge of the old Capital city of Zomba. The prison is home … Read More

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CROPS IN THE DRY SEASON
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Thondwe, Malawi … Traditionally farm crops are seldom grown in the dry season in Malawi. There are basically only two seasons; one the dry season that runs from April to October, and the other the rainy season, running from November … Read More

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Hello, It’s The Prison Calling
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Thondwe, Malawi …The lack of food tops the news headlines daily. Prices are skyrocketing, when, and if, it can be found. Efforts to get staple grain often ends in fruitless frustration. Women with small babies on their back stand in … Read More

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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

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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

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BETTER FARMING FOR THE FUTURE
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Africa is an ancient land that has been farmed and tilled since recorded history began, in order to feed its migrant populations over time. As people began to settle, farming became more and more a way of life and that … Read More

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WHEAT ALONG THE RAIL LINE
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Lilongwe, Malawi … By international standards the news story is not something that will capture powerful consideration. With all the trauma and chaos in the world a story about villagers in Africa stealing grain from train cars is not something … Read More

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