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RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY!

By Malawi Project | January 21, 2020

Lilongwe, Malawi … “Don’t get me wrong,” notes Richard Stephens of the Malawi Project, “the rains are needed, and are in fact critical to the survival of the crops in Malawi. But, at times they can be quite inconvenient!”  It is January in central Africa, and daily, torrential rains are not unusual, from the first…

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IMAGES FROZEN IN TIME

By Malawi Project | January 17, 2020

Lilongwe, Malawi … It was 2001 and sub-Saharan Africa, and especially Malawi was caught in the catastrophic grip of the worst famine in 50-years. People were dying in the fields and along the roads. Village families were selling their possessions, and some reports indicated many were even giving their children to anyone who might have…

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HIS SMILE NEVER DISAPPEARED

By Malawi Project | January 14, 2020

Mzugulira village, Tribal Authority Khombedza, Salima District … The team from Action for Progress arrived at his village, and his mother brought him out on her back. Seven-year-old Smith Kenamau saw the men assembling one of the green and yellow hand-peddled child mobility units, and his eyes never left what they were doing. One could…

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MINUS THE FIRE TRUCK

By Malawi Project | January 7, 2020

Lebanon, Indiana … The beginning of 2020 saw members of the Malawi Project stepping off into another year of activity, on faith. Anticipating funds will be available by the end of January for a major shipment of school textbooks, medical supplies, and library books, to Malawi, sorting, and staging has begun in a warehouse in…

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May I Borrow Your Lane?

By Malawi Project | December 30, 2019

Traveling Near Dedza on M-1 in Malawi… We are traveling south of Lilongwe and as usual, it is alarming for Americans to see what looks like someone driving on the “wrong side of the road.” This is not the case. In Malawi, they drive on the left side, while in the U.S. we drive on…

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LOVE CAN BE PAINFUL

By Malawi Project | December 23, 2019

Salima, Malawi… With a name like “love”, how can anything go wrong? But for 14-year-old Chikondi Samson (his name means “love”), who lives in Kamwaha Village near Salima, Malawi it seems almost everything that can go wrong has gone wrong. Born in one of the poorest nations on earth it was soon discovered young Chikondi…

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BLANTYRE

By Malawi Project | December 17, 2019

The city of Blantyre is located in the Blantyre District in the Southern part of Malawi. Before Malawi became a nation, Blantyre was already there. The community was founded in 1876 through the efforts of Scottish missionaries. It derived its name from the hometown of David Livingstone, the famous Scottish missionary, who was born in…

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SOME DAYS YOU IMPROVISE!

By Malawi Project | December 10, 2019

Lilongwe, Malawi … With the recent construction of the new distribution hub underway two 40-foot shipping containers, one with food destined for starving communities, and the other with hand-peddled mobility units, hand tools, and other supplies arrived at the Lilongwe site and were positioned near the new building. The contents of the two containers were…

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A POWERFUL STATEMENT

By Malawi Project | December 3, 2019

It is one thing for those of us working in Malawi to tell others what we see as our goals, and give reports that indicate the success taking place, as we work to reach those goals. It is a very different thing when you can see the work from the eyes of a successful Malawi…

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SLAVERY TAKES MANY COURSES

By Malawi Project | November 26, 2019

Salima, Malawi … Although little evidence of its past is visible today, the memory of old “Salima” can drive cold chills down the back of even a novice historian. During the dark days of the slave trade, it was from the Salima trading center that thousands of people were sold into slavery and shipped to…

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