Malawi Project

READY TO BEGIN PROTECTIVE WALL

The block making machine, for use first in the construction of a protective wall around the distribution center, then clinic construction, and after that other projects that will help make Action for Progress less dependent on outside aid, has been paid for. It is now on its way to Malawi.

TARGET – PENCILS FOR MALAWI

For just a few dollars you can make a big difference in a Malawi child’s school year. A network for distribution of much-needed school supplies is already in place in Malawi, and it only needs you to activate it through your support.

FIVE CONTAINERS HEADED FOR MALAWI

With support from contributors in the U.S., Canada, and Germany, five containers of supplies are in transit from the U.S. They are destined for hospitals, schools, churches, and poor villages and villagers throughout Malawi.

BABY PACK BONANZA

On 8 March 2022 a story appeared on the Malawi Project’s web site about the critical need for expectant mothers in Malawi to receive needed supplies for the delivery of their babies. 

Whoops – BLUNDER IN ADDITION

In our July 15 story BUY A BLOCK, BUILD A WALL, we incorrectly listed the cost to build the wall around the Action for Progress warehouse as 94 cents per cement block.

AFRICAN WARTHOGS

Malawi has ten national parks and reports indicate the African warthog seems to like all of them.

DISTRIBUTION TO ALL THREE REGIONS

For the person who simply looks at a world map they see only the nation as one entity. The nation of Malawi is quite united, that is true, but at the same time it has three distinct regions, the northern, central, and southern regions.

BUY A BLOCK, BUILD A WALL

The Malawi Project recently made the down payment on the purchase of a block making machine to aid Action for Progress in the construction of a protective wall around the Lilongwe property.

RECENT BOARD MEETINGS COORDINATE PLANS

During recent board meetings held one week apart and a distance of 9,379 miles, members from the Malawi Project and Action for Progress shared cooperative thinking about Malawi’s needs in the coming year, and ways the Malawi Project can assist the implementation of these programs.

CLIMBING THE BIG MOUNTAIN

As beautiful and magnificent as this famous mountain is, it is not the mountain referred to in this story. This story reflects a “mountain” that lives in the mind and body of 60-year-old Bisket Mashuwana who is physically challenged. 

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