Some of the greatest national treasure in Malawi are the giant baobab trees that punctuate the skyline in the lower Rift Valley, near the Shire River.
Someone may ask how many more mobility units and wheelchairs are going to be sent? The answer sits on the street in the traffic congestion of Lilongwe.
“Hunger is increasing in the village and people are starving to death. We recently lost three elderly people who were coming to us for help.”
E. Kasalika Banda was committed 100% to his mission, no distraction could change his course from what he saw as God’s mission for his life.
Her entrance into the world was just one year before Malawi elected its first ever Vice-President, who would go on to become President three years later.
The nation of Malawi has an infant death rate of 35.3 and a maternal death rate of 349 per 100,000. This compares with 5.6 and 19.0 per 100,000 for the U.S.
Rather than ask for help from outside, many of them have resorted to using bottle caps in place of the more expensive plastic communion cups.