Lilongwe, Malawi … In first-world nations purchasing some sort of car, SUV, or other motorized vehicle is within the reach of most families. However, in emerging world nations like Malawi, cars are something the vast majority will never own, or even drive. Even for public officials, doctors, lawyers, tribal leaders, and prosperous businesspeople the cost …Read More
When we arrived the scene in front of us took our breath away. Somehow, we had not drawn a mental picture of what 5,000 children in one place at one time looked like. And to see these children sitting quietly and patiently on the road in long rows of 100, waiting for us to arrive was something we have never forgotten.Read More
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From You To Your Friends
Frequently people ask how they can help the people of Malawi when they have limited funds. Here is something one can do on a limited budget: share our stories. Every article has a set of sharing icons at the bottom of the page.
Much good can be done when a person clicks one of the sharing icons at the bottom of an article on the Malawi Project website. Then suggest that your readers do the same thing. A story can go and go without a single penny in cost!