Malawi Project

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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THE RESULT OF WAR, BUT NOT IN MALAWI

“When he was eight years old evil men came into his home village. They beat him badly and threw him down a septic system. When he was finally rescued, he was taken to the hospital for care. During the treatment it was discovered that he had suffered major injuries to his spine, and there was

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VINES CLIMB INTO EXAMPLES

Written in 1734 the English imaginary tale of Jack and the Beanstock tells the story of a poor, young, farm boy who sees a vine climbing high into the sky. It is so high he cannot see the top, as it disappears into the heavens. He climbs the stock and faces multiple challenges. The moral of

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MAN WITH A SIMPLE WOUND

“I had a business buying goats and selling goat meat. It was very successful, and I was able to have a good profit every day. I lacked nothing. Then one day as I walked home from a friend’s house a piece of wood broke the skin in my left ankle. Little did I know at

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FLASH FLOODS CONTINUE TO RAVISH MALAWI

FLASH FLOODS CONTINUE Nkhotakota District, Malawi … Well up the western coast of Lake Malawi one enters the Nkhotakota District, and then the Trading Center that carries the same name. Considered the largest traditional African town in Malawi, Nkhotakota is 120 miles (200 kilometers) north-east of the capital city of Lilongwe, and approximately 235 miles

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DALITSO GETS THE AID SHE NEEDS

Kasungu, Malawi… Childbirth always brings excitement in every home, community, or country. This is so because we believe that a child is a precious gift from God. Whenever a family is expecting a child, there are always preparations in terms of what is needed in the hospital when a woman is about to give birth,

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NURSES EXCITED WITH SUPPLIES

In the medical field in Malawi, there are few people, if any, who fully understand how desperate things become when there is an insufficient supply of needed medicines and medical supplies. Everything from an infected finger to a life-altering illness is harder to treat when there is insufficient equipment, supplies, or trained personnel. In the

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SEEING GOD’S HAND IN A CRISIS

Mponela, Malawi … Chikondi was selling vegetables in the local marketplace to provide for herself and her two children. This 31-year-old mother, and her family, lived in Malowa Village, just near the Mponela Trading Center, and even closer to the Kasangadzi River.  As she visited friends and neighbors who passed by, she sold some of

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MONTESSORI STUDENTS “HEAD THE CLASS”

Lebanon, Indiana … The excitement was evident as Malawi Project board members Jim Messenger, Suzi Stephens, and Dick Stephens greeted the staff and students at the Redwood Montessori School in Lebanon, Indiana. The students had gathered in the church’s shelter house to present the board with over 7,000 toilet paper(tp) rolls they have collected for

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SEEING GOD’S HAND IN A CRISIS

Mponela, Malawi … Chikondi was selling vegetables in the local marketplace to provide for herself and her two children. This 31-year-old mother, and her family, lived in Malowa Village, just near the Mponela Trading Center, and even closer to the Kasangadzi River.  As she visited friends and neighbors who passed by, she sold some of

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