Malawi Project

GIving Tuesday

It arrives on Tuesday the 29th of November, Giving Tuesday. Having originated in 2012 this movement has spread around the world. Millions have become involved, and it has become one of the biggest giving days of the year.

FOUR SHIPPING CONTAINERS IN TWO WEEKS

In only ten days, four 40-foot shipping containers rolled up to the Action for Progress warehouse west of Lilongwe.

Food Crisis Increases

What does the future hold for this tiny cluster of humanity trying to survive in a massive sea of need? Planting is just beginning, and harvest is a season away. The need exists in so many parts of the world. There is a warning flag flying and it does not indicate promising times in coming months.

I NEVER SAW IT COMING

A brand new green and blue mobility unit was wheeled out and fitted for Mwachira Pasiyano. He peddled around the AfP warehouse and grounds.

FOURTEEN SUCCESS STORIES ALL AT ONCE

Mbingwa Village … They were already waiting when the three members of the Board of Directors for the Malawi Project arrived at a school near their village. Jim Messenger, Dan Brewer, and Dick Stephens had only arrived the day before, but Wilson Tembo and his team with Action for Progress were not losing a minute …

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FIVE HOSPITALS RECEIVE CRITICAL SUPPLIES

Even before the shipments of hand sanitizer arrived at the sprawling AfP warehouse west of the city, AfP officials had already held meetings with the Ministry of Health and determined how many boxes of sanitizer should go to each of twenty-eight District Hospitals in the nation.

HELP PROTECT THE SUPPLIES – BUILD THE WALL

A protective wall is needed around the Lilongwe Distribution Hub in Lilongwe. Will you help us complete this wall to protect their critically needed food, mobility units, clothes, and medical supplies?

MEET Ron Pottberg: Malawi Project BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Ron Pottberg was born and raised in Alamosa, Colorado and later graduated High School in Olathe, Colorado. He is a third-generation Coloradoan with both sets of grandparents homesteading in Colorado.  Ron and his wife Susan married in 1977 and have three children and eleven grandchildren.  They have lived and worked in ministry in Colorado, Texas and South …

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COFFEE BAGS RE-PURPOSED FOR MAIZE STORAGE

Lafayette, Indiana … Someone has said, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” While they were not considered trash by the management, the burlap bags bringing coffee to the roasting facilities of Copper Moon Coffee in Lafayette, Indiana were piling up with no place to go and no further purchase to serve. Literally thousands of them could …

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BOARD MEMBERS LEAVE FOR AND RETURN FROM MALAWI

It is not easy to get up in the middle of the night to catch a flight that will continue all day, all evening, all night, all morning, and only end around one in the afternoon. Yet that is what has taken place with three members of the Malawi Project’s Board of Directors. During the …

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