Malawi Project

MOBILITY OFFERS AID TO THE FAR REACHES OF THE NATION

Northern Malawi … Isaac Gondwe, at the age of 72, suffers from an extreme case of diabetes. He was born in 1952 and currently lives in Luangwa village in the district of Rumphi. While it is far away from the Action for Progress distribution center in Lilongwe, the long arm of mobility distribution reaches every […]

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ANNUAL MEETING IN WESTERN INDIANA

Marshall, Indiana … For the second year in a row the Board of Directors for the Malawi Project met for their annual board retreat at Turkey Run State Park near Marshall, Indiana. Members drove and flew in from the states of Washington, Colorado, Arkansas, and Indiana.   Two speakers highlighted the event. Tracy Paul, owner and

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IMPORTANCE OF A BICYCLE

Lilongwe, Malawi … A bicycle, in a Western nation, is associated with children, or in some cases sports racing, or mountain climbing, but rarely would one associate it at the center of the economy of the family unit.   Yet, for several reasons, a bicycle can be at the heart of a family’s survival when it comes

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BUT WHAT AM I TO DO?

Data from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations indicates Malawi has lost approximately 29.4% of its forest cover between 1990 and 2020. This loss represents a substantial portion of the country’s forested area. Lilongwe, Malawi … The sun’s rays are cast across the roadway through the dust kicked up by bicycle

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KOLESI IS THANKFUL TO BE ALIVE

“The place where you lose the trail is not necessarily the place where it ends.”  – Tom Brown Jr Lezina Dankein, reporting for Action for Progress observes that “Kolesi Phiri, a 50-year-old second-hand shoe salesman was able to make a good living until the accident that deprived him of his ability to get around.”  Kolesi, the subject

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TRANSPORT COMPANY RECEIVES CONTAINER # 361

The threat of rain, and an early spring touch of cold, hung in the air as the tractor and 40-foot shipping container moved into position to receive the shipment for Malawi. The volunteers, those who would load the trailer, and those who had packed and prepared the pallets of goods, moved closer to the action

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FLYERS HIGHLIGHT MALAWI

            Lebanon, Indiana … A series of 5 full color flyers have been prepared detailing information about Malawi. Each flyer gives in-depth information about a particular area or people, and each 8 ½ x 10 flyer is designed to give the reader a fuller picture of Malawi, its people, its culture, and its land. Write

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AGENCY EXECUTIVE EXPLAINS RESOURCES

Mitchell, Indiana … Tracy Paul, owner of Cornerstone Advertising of Westfield, Indiana explains the use of several social media tools to members of the Malawi Project Board of Directors. He highlighted how these tools already rest in the hands of the Directors. During the 2nd quarter board meeting and yearly retreat, held at Turkey Run

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PROTECTIVE WALL COMPLETED

“It can take a sizeable amount of time and funding to build a protective wall around 5 acres of land, yet this has now been accomplished at the Action for Progress distribution hub in Lilongwe, Malawi.” Lilongwe, Malawi … As inflation continued to plague the world, and rising construction costs placed many good programs out

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MALAWI PRESIDENT DECLARES FOOD EMERGENCY

Lilongwe, Malawi … Following neighboring Zambia President Hakainde Hichilem who recently declared a state of emergency because of drought conditions in his country, Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera has declared a State of Disaster in 23 of Malawi’s 28 districts. An estimated two million people face possible starvation because of the lack of rain, or in

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