Ron Pottberg and Robert Gabrielse

Pottberg Tours Production Facilities

Recently while traveling to Indiana for a Malawi Project (MP) board meeting Ron Pottberg took time to tour the mobility production facility in Demotte, Indiana.

Maria with her new Mobility Unit

Joy and Pain Come the Same Day

For Maria Makankhala the birth of her baby brought great joy. But complications during the delivery left her unable to walk.

1st Annual Malawi Project Golf Scramble

Golf Outing Hits the mark

While many first-time fund-raising events fall short of their goals, this outing held at the Wood Wind Golf Club in Westfield, Indiana has already proved to be profitable.

Mark Theisen

Missionary Joins Project Board

At a recent board meeting of the Malawi Project, the vote was unanimous to add Mark Theisen to its Board of Directors.

The Nile Crocodile

“You must remain seated in the boat at all times, and you must not put your hands in the water. Do not stand up because if you fall in the water, I cannot come in to rescue you…”

Truck full of masks unloading

Two million masks reach malawi

Lebanon, Indiana … On July 2nd and 3rd 2021 members of the Malawi Project and a group of volunteers from Lebanon, Indiana loaded two 40-foot shipping containers (sea/land carriers) with nearly 2 million protective masks to assist Malawi hospitals to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. Malawi is one of the poorest nations on earth and is facing …

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Polio’s Plague Still Haunts Malawi

Polio ravished the lives of massive numbers of people in Africa long after it was eradicated in the west.


The Malachite Kingfisher

You may find yourself simply amazed at this multiple-colored bird or surprised to see its fearless hunting skills.

Kamuzu International Airport

Airports in Malawi

There are 11 airports in Malawi with most offering only in-country or regional service.

Youth outside of the hospital

Youth Learning Servant Hearts

Recently the patients, staff, and family members at the Balaka District Hospital recently observed, not the worst, but the best in young people.

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