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Worst Economic Crisis in 30 Years – Part 1

Covid Cripples Malawi Economy Lilongwe, Malawi … “The COVID crisis is leading least developed countries to their worst economic crisis in 30 years, with per capita GDP (Gross Domestic Product) for the group expected to fall by 2.6 per cent this year,” said Mukhisa Kituyi, UNCTAD Secretary-General, during a virtual press conference. In a recent review of …

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“PASS ME ANOTHER WATER BOTTLE!”

Conservation Project Uses Bottles More than 4,000 plastic water bottles, including coke and catsup containers, as well as various other plastic bottles have been collected all over Senga Bay.   In a campaign to clean up the bay area, and conserve natural resources, (including an attempt to slow dumping of more refuge in landfills), Senga …

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Care at the Gate

CARE AT THE GATE

Senga Bay, Malawi … This popular lake side resort area is approximately 19 kilometers east of the Salima Trading Center, an area of Malawi known for its kind people and popular lake side resorts and desirable accommodations. For many of the local residents Senga Bay has another attraction. While visitors go there for fun, sports, …

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BUV SUPPLIES NEEDED TRANSPORTATION

The Malawi Project has sent three basic utility vehicles for use in Malawi. These units supply needed transportation in a nation that moves from place to place on foot, and transports most things on heads and backs. One such unit is based at the Namikango Mission and Clinic where the Project has its southern point …

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HELP FROM THE “CLINIC AT THE GATE”

He Has A Hole in His Leg! Senga Bay, Malawi …“Madam, please can you come to the gate as one of our neighbors from near the primary school has a wound on his leg.” Then in a few moments came the second appeal. “Madam it’s not really a wound it’s a hole….”   Not asking …

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IT IS TIME TO SERVE

Celebrating to Caring It was a time of celebration, the annual Officer’s Ball for the Parachute Battalion. The dinner menu was amazing; Mushroom soup as a starter, followed by a large buffet made up of Beef, Goat, Chicken, Whole fish, Rice, Nsima, Potatoes, Pasta, Cabbage Salad, Greek Salad, Chinese Cabbage, Rape, Roast vegetables with wonderful …

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BUV Fills Transportation Need

The Malawi Project has sent three Basic Utility Vehicles (BUV) for use in Malawi. These units supply needed transportation in a nation that moves from place to place on foot, and transports most things on heads and backs. One such unit is based at the Namikango Mission and Clinic where the Project has its southern …

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Walking Seven MIles for Healthcare

“Madam I know that it is your day off but please would you be kind to see the ladies at the beach gate, they have a sad story. ” I can see from my khondi that there are two ladies, and a child hiding behind them. I agree to see the ladies. They walk in …

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Burned Girl at the Gate

Senga Bay, Malawi … “Madam, please come quickly. Little Maria from down the road is in bad trouble. Come. Come.” “I rush to the gate and there is little Maria being held in her mother’s arms. She looks very brave, though a bit pensive. Her father explains in broken English that she has been burned …

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V-Tractor, Soccer, and Responsible Action

It is hard to see how a V-Tractor, members of the Senga Bay Soccer Team, and buckets of sand can equal responsible action, but it happened in this Lake Malawi village area. It started three years ago when the Malawi Project and Agricultural Aid International made available two of the innovative, new, farm tractors designed …

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