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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NINTH GRADE STUDENT PICKS UP THE CHALLENGE.

It is hard to imagine there are parents who cannot afford to purchase a pencil for their school age children. But in Malawi, one of the poorest nations on earth, the income for many of the village families is only $ 1.90 a day.

BABY PACKS – WITH LOVE FROM MICHIGAN TO MALAWI

When Lesley, her sister Kelley, and their mother Merrie, realized the simple items that were needed for Malawi women during their pregnancy, and their importance, they all decided to start making baby packs.

MOBILITY FOR A DREAMER

Sakondwela Francisco, a storekeeper who crawled to work on his hands and knees each day, was looking for every opportunity to grasp new opportunities to improve his life.

EYE GLASSES – STORY OF THE WALKING TREES

Thanks to a major contribution, 2,000 reader glasses have been purchased for Malawi.  

DZIDALIRE BREAKS GROUND FOR Health Centre

Saturday August 27 marked the ground-breaking for construction of the long-awaited medical Health Centre north of Dedza, Malawi.

MEDICAL SUPPLIES SHARED WITH NEIGHBORS

In a world filled with border tensions and conflicts Malawi and Mozambique are examples of peace between nations.

INVENTION COULD HELP MALAWI FARMERS

In recent months A. J. Batt has become involved with the Malawi Project and it did not take long for him to see to design a new invention for planting that would not require the up and down movements of the current method. 

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.

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