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Lilongwe, Malawi (Friday 7 Aug 2020)… Malawi Ministry of Health reports 4,491 confirmed cases of Covid-19, with 33,687 suspected cases. Blantyre is recording 372 cases, followed by Lilongwe at 1,020 cases, and Mzuzu 497.

DO WHAT YOU PROMISE

By Malawi Project | August 11, 2020

Lilongwe, Malawi … It is not unusual for the Malawi news media to send reporters and photographers to cover the distribution of supplies to Malawi schools and hospitals. With over 9 trailers, or their equivalent, in supplies reaching Malawi, since February 5, or on the way, and a distribution network of over 1,000 government schools…

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PPE SUPPLIES REACH MZUZU

By Malawi Project | August 6, 2020

Mzuzu, Malawi … The nation of Malawi is living under an increasing intensity of fear and pressure because of the rapidly increasing number of COVID -19 cases. A recent contribution of PPE supplies from America is making an impact.  With its recent arrival at the Lilongwe distribution hub Action for Progresstraveled to Mzuzu to deliver supplies, including…

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STOCK UP, STORE WISELY

By Malawi Project | August 4, 2020

Lilongwe, Malawi … In some parts of Malawi this year saw a better than average crop yield, while in others the recent famine continues into the present and the foreseeable future. Thanks to World Emergency Relief in California, and Universal Aide in Canada, two more shipments of much needed food or on the way to Malawi. Taking advantage of…

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OPEN A LETTER – BUILD A WALL

By Malawi Project | July 31, 2020

MEET THE CARVER Lilongwe, Malawi … Here is an opportunity for you to help create a secure location for the supplies arriving in the distribution hub near Lilongwe. By contributing to the construction of a secure wall around this new facility, three additional things will occur: You will be supporting a carver who is trying…

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A PEEK INSIDE HER HOUSE

By Malawi Project | July 28, 2020

Lumbadzi, Malawi … She was nearing 80 years of age when we first met, and, in spite of her age, she was responsible for the care of eight grand-children and great-grandchildren. The HIV-Aids crisis in Malawi has robbed the nation of a vast number of its “middle generation,” leaving grandparents, and even great grandparents to…

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SITTING BY A GRASS HUT

By Malawi Project | July 24, 2020

Yamikani Village, (Lilongwe) Malawi … Siwa Mlomo never expected this day to come, yet here he was, sitting on a stoop beside the grass hut that he and his family call home. Wilson Tembo and Griven Kasalika had arrived at his village and his nephew had guided them to his house. Griven took the time…

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TEMPTED BY GREED

By Malawi Project | July 21, 2020

Indianapolis, Indiana … In recent weeks the U.S. has been alarmingly awakened with race relations problems caused by the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As marches for justice sprung up around the country, another problem appeared at the same time. This problem is greed. Linked with the marches taking place in city…

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BUSINESS STRUGGLES AS HER MOBILITY STRUGGLES

By Malawi Project | July 17, 2020

Kausiwa Village, Malawi … It has been fourteen years since that fateful day when Chrissy Ludaviko, now 45 years old, felt the weakness in her legs. She recalls going to the doctor because of its severity, and they confirmed there was a problem, but they could not determine the cause nor could they recommend a…

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HEALTH RISKS INCREASE DUE TO SHORTAGE OF SUPPLIES

By Malawi Project | July 14, 2020

Lilongwe, Malawi … Health systems are becoming stretched beyond their limit each day because of the increased ill-health among the population. The World seems turned on its head as each nation looks for ways to reduce the effects of the COVID-19. Cases are increasing rapidly worldwide.              At the writing of this report, the global confirmed…

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HANDED A STEPPING STONE

By Malawi Project | July 10, 2020

Blantyre, Malawi … “A lot of people who are much older than me go back to secondary school. All that matters is what one wants to achieve in life and then be geared to achieving it. This mobility unit is the stepping-stone I needed to move towards my destiny,” said Brian Mhango as he talked with members…

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