Shoes for Grades – Katamba Primary School
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Katamba Primary School, Zomba, Malawi … It is estimated world-wide there are 215 million children trapped in child labor, and 115 million in hazardous work including, slavery, armed conflict, drug-trafficking and other illegal activities. The world community recently observed World … Read More

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A Letter from Namikango
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We recently received a letter from Ben Hayes, Director of the Namikango Mission Bible School , near the city of Thwonde, Malawi.  This is a letter to you, our contributors, volunteers, friends and prayer warriors.  Thank you for helping Ben Hayes … Read More

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Namikango Faces the Shortages
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Thondwe, Malawi …Located in southeastern Malawi, the Namikango Maternity Clinic opened in 1975 in response to the need for maternal health care for a coverage area of over 51,721 people. Today, the center helps deliver as many as 95 babies … Read More

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HIV/AIDS Effects on the Family
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Let’s look at the lives of two clients of the Namikango Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT). (All names have been changed to maintain client confidentiality). Susan Susan joined the Namikango HIV/AIDS support group in 2009, and recently noted, “The support … Read More

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Namikango AIDS Program Effective
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Thondwe, Malawi … The HIV/AIDS pandemic came to the limelight 1985 after the first case was diagnosed in Malawi. Since then, a great deal of focus has come to bear on the problem, in order to bring awareness concerning the … Read More

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More Wheelchairs for Malawi
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Irvine, California … During the past few years a strong link has been established between the Malawi Project and the Free Wheelchair Mission in Irvine, California. The result has been over 2,200 wheelchairs shipped and distributed to handicapped people in … Read More

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Contractor Hands Over Kitchen
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Guardians Rush to be First A quiet, overcast morning greeted the morning at the Namikango Maternity Hospital in Thondwe, as a light wind seemed to drift aimlessly with no purpose. People began to gather near the old guardian shelters veranda. … Read More

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BUV Used for Maize Transport
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Agriculture is the backbone of Malawi. It is a land locked country centrally positioned on the surface of the African continent. It has a population of 13.5 million people. While a stretch of the population near the lake shore depends … Read More

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Beyond the end of the cane
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Her name is Kusala, and if you are at the Namikango Mission you may see her. Every morning she goes with her mother to the market. She is a grade 2 pupil at Msamba Primary School, a school located less … Read More

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They Want to Be Doctors
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“Of all the things that happened on our most recent trip to Malawi there is one moment when three lives crossed paths that I won’t easily forget,” recalls Richard (Dick) Stephens of the Malawi Project. “It was the day two … Read More

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