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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GLOVE TOTAL REACHES 80,000
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Indianapolis, Indiana … For a number of years the acute shortage of exam and surgical gloves for medical personnel and first responders in Malawi has been evident. There is a serious shortage of all kinds of medical supplies, equipment, facilities, … Read More

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VOLUNTEER WORKERS RECOGNIZED
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Lebanon, Indiana … Near the conclusion of a recent Sunday morning worship service special recognition was extended to three members of the Lebanon Church of Christ. In recognition of their exceptional commitment, and time spent, to help the people of … Read More

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FIRST BOOKS TO LIBRARY
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Mzuzu, Malawi … In early June the Malawi Project website carried a story entitled “3000 Students Face the Consequences.” The story related how, in December 2015, the Library at the University of Malawi in the northern city of Mzuzu burned … Read More

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I WILL RESTART MY BUSINESS
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Malita Chaya Chikwawa District, Malawi … Born in 1972 forty-five-year-old Malita Chaya has entertained the idea of having her own business for a long time. However, reality dictated another course, one that offered little in the way of advancement, no … Read More

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SAVING FOR THE FUTURE – Part 2
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The Joseph Project – Part 2   (This is the second in the series on the Joseph Project, a new initiative by the people of Malawi and the Malawi Project. This program will put in place the means by which … Read More

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FARMER MAKES EMOTIONAL STATEMENT
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Mobility and Frankson Lemisani  Dedza, Malawi … Acknowledging these mobility units would be far too expensive for an individual Malawian to buy on their own, the representative for the Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) for the Dedza area, recently … Read More

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TO SCHOOL IN THE DIRT AND MUD
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Yamikani Matemba Zomba, Malawi … For Stevelia Mpandamanja, an elderly grandmother caring for 9 children in Makupete Village (Traditional Authority Chikowi in the south of Malawi), each day starts with preparing for her grandson’s journey to school. As others begin … 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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