New Sewing Machines Offer Opportunties For Learning

Each new gift coming into Blessings calls for an incentive program that will help the people get on their feet and not wait for the next gift to arrive. This is especially true in Mtendere Children’s Village where high expectations and high opportunities are being placed before the children. One recent contribution, two brand new …

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Now I Can Help My Brothers and Sisters

Faison John’s Story Faison John is a 25-year-old man from Chipasula village in the area of Traditional Authority Chitukula in Lilongwe District. Faison was born disabled and grew up never knowing what it was like to walk. This did not, however, keep him from making an attempt to be successful on his own. He has …

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The Rains have Come

Ronald Jacob’s Story It was mid-December, and the rains of summer had begun to fall heavily in the central African nation of Malawi. To the farmers in the tiny villages that dot the landscape it is a blessing from God. The rain will bring the harvest in April that will break the time of hunger. …

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All I Needed Was A Hand Up

Patricia Chiluye’s Story Patricia Chiluye was born in 1978, but is not sure of her birth date. She was crippled from birth, and has never been able to get around on her own. Both of her parents died during 2001-2002 famine, and this has left Patricia with no one to care for her. She has …

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Disability is not Unability

Mary Chinomwe’s Story Mary is not sure about her birthday, but was born some 34 years ago. She was crippled from birth, and has never been able to get around on her own. Both of her parents died a few years ago. Her mother died due to hunger related disease during the severe drought in …

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I Can Now Care For My Family

Masautso Chawauka was born on April 1, 1984. He was crippled from birth, and has never been able to get around on his own. He has a part time job at a store near his home, but he has had to crawl to work each morning. The police in the area have advised him it …

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