About Malawi

MDYANKHANDA ORPHAN CARE CENTER

The Place Where Guinea Find Food Dwangwa, Malawi … The word “mdyankhanda” means, “The place where the guinea finds food,” and for 173 orphans in villages north of the Dwangwa Trading Center this center is where the children find hope, food and a future. Not only does this Community Based Development Association spread its wings…

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MALAWI ARTIST PAINTS SUCCESS

Kingsley Maigwa Opens A View of Malawi “Life is like a mirror; when you smile, it smiles back at you.” “No food for a lazy man.” “We have to work to achieve what we want in life.” These are some of the thoughtful sayings that led off an interview with Malawi artist Kingsley Maigwa in…

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GLUED TO THE VILLAGE

MAN WHO CAN’T WALK REPAIRS SHOES   Chitera Village, Malawi … Unless you are living the nightmare, it is impossible to imagine what it would be like to be “glued to your village” your entire life. It is a vivid expression and is the way Wilson Tembo described the situation he discovered when he met…

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ENTERING THE HOT ZONE

NDI MOYO – FRONTLINE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST AIDS Salima, Malawi … Leaving the pristine beauty, rolling waves, and tan colored beaches of Lake Malawi we follow the tarmac thread 11 kilometers to the historic trading center of Salima, slightly inland from the west coast of the Lake.   In the time of African slavery…

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DEPRIVED OF ELECTRICITY

Lilongwe, Malawi … The sign on the front of the Escom building read,   “Escom – Power All Day, Every Day”.   Now you may have already guessed it, Escom is the Power and Light corporation that serves all of Malawi, from the top to the bottom, and the most distant point in the west…

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CHECK OUT INFORMATION VIDEO

HELP US SPREAD THE WORD One of the easiest ways to support the Malawi Project is by word of mouth. Whether it is a word to your church group, giving information over a cup of coffee to a co-worker or school mate, or handing someone the new Malawi Project report on video (or referring them…

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RETIRED TEACHERS STILL TEACHING

 Establishing a Safe Place for Kids Senga Bay, Malawi … In spite of having three of their five children still in college, and with both of them retired from the teaching profession Wadson D. Sumani and his wife Judith have converted much of their Senga Bay residence to a safe haven, technical training, primary school…

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INDIANA CHURCH DONATES TO FOOD SECURITY

Lebanon, Indiana … With the recent announcment the Malawi Project is espanding its agricultural development programs to help a number of villages, churches, and community development groups form co-ops and build community warehouses, the Lebanon Church of Christ stepped forward to be one of the first groups to extend financial help in the establishment of…

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MALAWIAN HONORED WITH HELP FOR HIS PEOPLE

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Pictured are Dr.Sulamoyo on the right of the “big check” and the Executive Vice President for the Agency, Niccole Clements.   Springfield, Illinois … At the age of 23 Dalitso Sulamoyo left his native Malawi and sought a new home in the central part of the U.S. In Illinois he soon found a home with…

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FIRST BOOKS TO LIBRARY

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  Mzuzu, Malawi … In early June the Malawi Project website carried a story entitled “3000 Students Face the Consequences.” The story related how, in December 2015, the Library at the University of Malawi in the northern city of Mzuzu burned to the ground, destroying not only the building, but also suffering the loss of…

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