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THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND PAIRS!

By Malawi Project | April 23, 2019

Indianapolis, Indiana … Now that is a lot of gloves! Literally, thousands and thousands of medical personnel, first responders, and others in Malawi that need protection from the spread of disease will be helped by contributors who have contributed over 300,000 pairs of gloves.   How does one express appreciation when the deed is so…

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WILSON TEMBO PROVES HIS WORTH

By Malawi Project | April 18, 2019

Executive Director of Action for Progress Born on the 27th of December 1979 Wilson would be the 6th, child, and final son in his family of 7 children. Home was a farm on the eastern edge of the Kasungu National Park in Malawi, Central Africa. In 1983, a year after the birth of Wilson’s youngest…

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TEACHER OFFERS HIGH RECOMMENDATION

By Malawi Project | April 16, 2019

Yohane John and Mobility It has been 20-years since the birth of Yohane John in Chabwera Village near Ntchisi, and nearly as long since both of his parents ran away from him because they could not care for a child that could not walk. From that day on Yohane has been raised by his grandmother,…

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HELPING GIRLS GAIN AN EDUCATION

By Malawi Project | April 12, 2019

A trip to Malawi always has me experiencing wonderfully intense and impactful situations that I never forget.  Often, I cannot pick one that stands out from the others on any particular trip. This past year was an exception. The most emotionally fulfilling experience for the year was a trip to a secondary school in the…

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MOBILITY GIVES TINSMITH FREEDOM

By Malawi Project | April 9, 2019

Fred is a Tinsmith Wikipedia defines the term tinsmith as, “a person who makes and repairs things made of tin or other light metals. By extension it can also refer to the person who deals in tin ware, or tin plate. Tinsmith was a common occupation in pre-industrial times.”   While the trade has mostly disappeared in western nations,…

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TOP TASTE IN TEA

By Malawi Project | April 4, 2019

While sporting one of the smallest land masses in Africa, Malawi comes in number two in the production of tea. Only Kenya, with a land mass nearly five times as big, produces more tea.   Malawi’s tea industry dates back to its meager beginning in 1878. It blossomed in 1891 with the coming of Henry…

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LAND DEVELOPMENT MOVES ANOTHER STEP

By Malawi Project | April 2, 2019

Lilongwe, Malawi … In preparation for the beginning of construction for the new central warehouse hub for Action for Progress, the well (borehole) is now complete and operational. Moving to completion is the latrine and shower stations needed as the workmen begin the construction on the warehouse.   After being located in the central region…

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THINGS THAT ARE IMPORTANT

By Malawi Project | March 28, 2019

It was a busy day, and we had a lot of things to get done. It is always that way in Malawi. No matter how long our schedule allows us to be in the country there is never enough time. Going here, going there. Meeting this group, meeting that group. Planning this, planning that.  …

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ONE OF THE WORST DISASTERS EVER

By Malawi Project | March 26, 2019

The cyclone that struck Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe this past week is being referred to by the United Nations as, “one of the worst weather-related disasters ever to hit the southern hemisphere.” Two million people have been affected, and destruction is spread over a land mass of 1,200 square miles. Beira, Mozambique’s fourth largest city…

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BUDGET TRIPLES FOR DEVELOPMENT

By Malawi Project | March 19, 2019

Indianapolis, Indiana … At a recent meeting of the Malawi Project’s Board of Directors, Suzi Stephens and Jim Messenger listen intently as a budget is proposed for 2019 that will be triple what the budget was for 2018. The reason is the development and construction of a major headquarters hub and distribution center in Lilongwe,…

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