Sankhani Primary School, Malawi … The Sankhani School has 1,335 students and is located just east of the Action for Progress distribution center west of Lilongwe. Each day children see the trucks coming and going, delivering needed supplies free to hospitals, clinics, prisons, schools, churches, and community groups all over the nation. These are supplies…Read More
A few days ago, a friend offered to take Wilson Tembo’s son back to school in Blantyre. (Wilson is the Executive Director for Action for Progress in Malawi). Wilson loaned him his car for the trip. The trip down was uneventful, but on the way back to Lilongwe the driver lost control of Wilson’s car…Read More
Senior Chief Chilowa Matambe’s Headquarters, Malawi … The vehicles moving quickly through the Malawi countryside brought the attention of passerby’s as they hastily made their way to their pre-arranged destination. Many could only wonder where they were going in such a hurry. Yet one could almost surmise their purpose since the front vehicle was loaded…Read More
Lilongwe, Malawi … It has been said the scariest word in the English language is “change”, and It is no secret change comes with great difficulty and often very slowly. While that may or may not be true the difficulty in trying to bring about change has its difficulties. No place is this truer than…Read More
Plainfield, Indiana … If you were told the donation equals 20% of the entire population of Malawi over the age of 24 would that get your attention? One can hardly imagine the excitement when the offer was extended. The Indianapolis Distribution Center for Walmart had experienced an over-supply of protective face masks. They were offering…Read More
Demotte, Indiana … The headline is incorrect. Ryan Kats is not stuck, and he can get out. But that headline did get your attention, didn’t it? The fact is, Ryan is putting the final items in another trailer of mobility units from Demotte, Indiana. The volunteer staff from Mobility Ministries completed another trailer load of mobility units,…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!