“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 Richard Stephens | 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 Richard Stephens | 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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TRAVEL TO MALAWI? IS IT SAFE?

By Malawi Project | March 27, 2018

Plan Ahead for Safety When this question arises many people immediately think of person-on-person crime. Lonely Planet has referred to Malawi as, “one of the safest African countries for travelers, but you should still be reasonably cautious and employ common sense.” One should always check with the American Embassy for the latest information before planning…

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BACK TO OUR ROOTS

By Malawi Project | March 22, 2018

Plants, Leaves and Shrubs Records indicate the use of medicinal plants for the treatment of health problems extends far back in history. One of the earliest records comes from a Sumerian clay slab, recorded about 5,000 years ago, and giving recipes for the use of 250 plants recognized for their medicinal values. Other examples include…

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UNIQUE IN MANY WAYS

By Malawi Project | March 15, 2018

Unique Background The Malawi Project was born in a unique way. It founders entered the country at a time when the only knowledge of the country came from the local people of Malawi themselves, the grassroots, village level. In that moment a foundation was set that gave them a unique insight into what was needed…

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QUESTION – IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL IN MALAWI

By Richard Stephens | March 15, 2018

Things to Consider Lonely Planet has referred to Malawi as, “one of the safest African countries for travelers, but you should still be reasonably cautious and employ common sense.” Having said this there are some safety precautions one should take when traveling the roads of Malawi. Walking or Driving When walking near the streets and…

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CONTRIBUTIONS WITHOUT YOUR CHECKBOOK!

By Malawi Project | March 12, 2018

When someone suggests, “Contributions are needed,” most people think the reference is to money, checks, giving. While the Malawi Project does need financial assistance to support the programs in Malawi, there are a number of ways one can lend support without a major impact to their checkbook. In fact, many of the largest contributions supporting…

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