GLORIA IMAGINES A LARGER WORLD

By Malawi Project | June 19, 2018

Nthongwe Village, Malawi … In this part of Malawi, remote and removed from the outside world, families live the same lifestyle as their fathers and grandfathers. In the distance, most hidden over the horizon, small villages of thatch and mud structures punctuate the landscape. Nearby ripening stocks of maize surround the villages on all sides.…

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BICYCLES ARE LIKE CARS

By Malawi Project | June 13, 2018

For a nation where the average person, (1) walks 10 miles a day, (2) will seldom ride in a motorized vehicle, (3) and has little or no expectation of ever owning a galamoto (car), having a bicycle changes one’s life for the better, makes one the pride of the village, and offers a new array…

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GATHERING TOOLS – CHANGING LIVES

By Malawi Project | June 8, 2018

Home Services Firm Joins Effort How do you train young carpenters when you have no tools? 2. How do you handle needed repairs when there is no hammer? 3. How do you build furniture when you can’t drill a hole? Early this year Brad Huff, President of Mr. Quik Home Services, called his staff together…

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NEWSLETTER FACES CULTURAL SHIFT

By Malawi Project | June 4, 2018

The Differences in Culture are Many Indianapolis Indiana –  There are a large number of cultural differences between western nations and Africa, and that is a fact. While some may carry serious, problematic solutions few are more frustrating than that of time management. The practice of being and doing things on time is far less…

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ONE PERSON’S JOURNEY OF INVOLVEMENT

By Malawi Project | May 31, 2018

Amber Finds a Mission I learned about The Malawi Project from Facebook (pill bottle collection) in the fall of 2015. My son was a wolf in Cub Scouts, and the boys needed a service project. The pill bottle collection was something simple they could do and feel like they were making a difference. I did…

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“I WAS NAKED AND YOU CLOTHED ME.”

By Malawi Project | April 24, 2018

The words from Matthew 25, in the New Testament, take on new meaning as the Malawi Project, an Indianapolis, Indiana not-for-profit, helps vulnerable people in Malawi with developmental and humanitarian support. According to Dick Stephens, a co-Founder of the Project, “We know we have a responsibility to fulfill Matthew 25, but we want to do…

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DORESS GETS A SECOND CHANCE

By Malawi Project | April 17, 2018

For many young people life can seem quite unfair. The poverty of the village, lack of educational opportunities, ill heath, and the loss of immediate family members place many children in a disadvantage that few can ever overcome. For many these problems will never be overcome and they will live out their lives in abject…

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BETWEEN TWO RAIL CARS

By Malawi Project | April 10, 2018

Chasuchira Village – Balaka, Malawi … For many in Malawi the sight of the 4.4-billion-dollar project signals economic growth. On May 12, 2017 Mozambique and Malawi celebrated the completion of the rain line that stretched from the seaport of Macala-a-Velha, Mozambique, across Southern Malawi, and ending at the Moatize coal fields in the portion of…

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KUDUS IN MALAWI PARKS

By Malawi Project | April 5, 2018

Member of Antelope Family When discussing Malawi one can assume this question will be asked, “Are there wild animals in Malawi?” The answer is, “Yes, but perhaps not the way you expect.” Since animals do not respect “no trespassing signs,” and often wonder into areas where the food is grown. It is not uncommon to…

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HOPE AGAINST ALL HOPE

By Malawi Project | April 3, 2018

Pollin Elias Pollin Elias was on born on 17th February, 2011 at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi. She was born with no complications, and her parents were happy they to now have a girl child after delivering three sons. After just two weeks Pollin became very sick and fainted. Her parents rushed…

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