It is hard to imagine anything more beautiful than the distant mountains floating in the morning mist south of Lilongwe along M-1. This scene is common at this time of year and there is something that touches the visitor with the feeling they are wild, beautiful, and untamed. In a way that is the feeling …
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He related the story in words that seemed like fire burning deep in his heart. Few can ever imagine how he feels, or what this pain must be like. “In just one night I lost them all,” said Stanly Kenneth. Each word seemed as though it were a death knoll. So many others can say these …
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In a country where almost half of the population is out of employment at any given time, what are the chances a school drop-out will find a job?Read More
Dedza District … Chief Francis Makalani Banda, a Chewa Chief, from the Mphezi area of central Malawi was showing visitors the site of a major battle between the Chewa and Ngoni in the days after the assassination of the famous Zulu chief Shaka on September 22, 1828. He noted he would be taking the visitors …
“WITHOUT THE WOMEN WE HAVE NO CHIEF” Read More »Read More
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Frequently people ask how they can help the people of Malawi when they have limited funds. Here is something one can do on a limited budget: share our stories. Every article has a set of sharing icons at the bottom of the page.
Much good can be done when a person clicks one of the sharing icons at the bottom of an article on the Malawi Project website. Then suggest that your readers do the same thing. A story can go and go without a single penny in cost!