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BOONE COUNTY SCHOOLS BOOK DONATION

By Malawi Project | February 12, 2019

Lebanon, Indiana … The school year was barely underway when Jim Messenger, a board member for the Malawi Project, discussed the need in Malawi for textbooks and school supplies with his son-in-law, Lowell Miller, a teacher in the Lebanon, Indiana School System. Jim highlighted how schools in Malawi had few books, and often an entire…

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FROM SEED TO MARKET

By Malawi Project | February 5, 2019

Lilongwe, Malawi … As the Malawi Project assists agricultural co-ops, churches and village communities, each step toward independence is difficult, time-consuming, and expensive. To plant ideas, wait for them to take root, then take the next step takes time. This is especially evident in the area of agriculture, where old patterns die hard, and new…

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INTERVIEW ABOUT MALAWI

By Malawi Project | January 29, 2019

Indianapolis, Indiana … Through both radio and a podcast production information was recently conveyed about Malawi, and the work of the Malawi Project. Thanks to Chuck Moeller, a co-worker for many years, as well as a strong advocate of the work being accomplished in Malawi, an introduction was made with Todd Huff of Todd Huff…

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NO LONGER “GLUED TO HIS VILLAGE”

By Malawi Project | January 22, 2019

“Glued to his village,” was the way Wilson Tembo, Executive Director of Action for Progress described Charles Mpunzeni from Chitera Village in October 2017 (See his story https://www.malawiproject.org/glued-to-the-village/ ). Charles had been unable to walk since birth. In spite of his disability he had been able to grow to adulthood, marry, and father four children.…

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CULTURE – WHERE THERE IS NO MONEY

By Malawi Project | January 15, 2019

Lilongwe, Malawi … Progress in the poorest part of the world has been described as “pushing a chain uphill”. Here are just a couple of the most common examples. Making a simple phone call requires pre-paid time having been placed on the phone ahead of time. However, it seems few people have any time stored…

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COMING CRISIS IN FOOD

By Malawi Project | January 8, 2019

Lilongwe, Malawi … While significant, (and not so significant) headlines dominated world news in late 2017, a newsworthy event was unfolding in sub-Saharan Africa. “Lost in the shuffle” for attention-catching headlines read: “Malawi; State of Disaster declared in ‘fall armyworm’ affected districts.” The story continued, “President of the Republic of Malawi Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has…

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THE DOORS WITH BROKEN PANES

By Malawi Project | December 18, 2018

Salima, Malawi … It is often small, unexpected things that lodge in your memory, only to resurface and overwhelm you with emotion just when you least expect it. It can be a word spoken, a smell, a taste, a gesture, or a view. Because I am not a medical professional, every time I enter a…

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LITTLE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PEOPLE

By Malawi Project | December 11, 2018

Salima, Malawi …There is little difference between people of different races, except the pigment of their skin. All humanity comes from a single background. Medical science has established the only difference is approximately 0.1%. However, because the skin is what is visible the difference seems more pronounced. That similarity is evident when a blood transfusion…

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“I HIRED A SCOUNDREL”

By Malawi Project | December 4, 2018

I sat with the Malawi businessman as we reviewed the job performance of a large number of employees. Though they were his employees a number of them worked closely with our teams, so we both needed the input of the other in order to have a full view of each of the employees. As we…

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SPECIAL BOOKS FOR SPECIAL STUDENTS

By Malawi Project | November 29, 2018

Kasungu, Malawi … Malawi’s first President established the Kamuzu Academy for students whose scholastic standing placed them in the gifted student category. President Banda recognized that Malawi would need business, government, and community leaders who could excel; thus, a school that could stand out in the crowd, and students who would lead the nation forward.…

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