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UNIQUE IN MANY WAYS

Unique Background The Malawi Project was born in a unique way. It founders entered the country at a time when the only knowledge of the country came from the local people of Malawi themselves, the grassroots, village level. In that moment a foundation was set that gave them a unique insight into what was needed…

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CONTRIBUTIONS WITHOUT YOUR CHECKBOOK!

When someone suggests, “Contributions are needed,” most people think the reference is to money, checks, giving. While the Malawi Project does need financial assistance to support the programs in Malawi, there are a number of ways one can lend support without a major impact to their checkbook. In fact, many of the largest contributions supporting…

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VISITING THE BENGWE WEAVING FACTORY

A Couple of Hours at Weaving Factory Blantyre, Malawi … When one leaves Queen Elizabeth Hospital, a well-known landmark on the east side of Blantyre, and the second biggest hospital in the nation, it is only a short distance south of Limbe on M-4 highway, that one reaches the Bengwe Weaving Factory. It is another…

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JOSEPH PROJECTS OFFER AWARENESS AND HOPE

Dowa East and Chandiwo Village, Malawi … For many Malawians this is the first time they have witnessed such large storage facilities in their villages, designed and built to store large amounts of maize for use during famine years. Malawi churches and local communities can now report success with both of the Joseph Projects who…

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PILL CONTAINER PROGRAM HAS ENDED

Pill Bottle Program Has Ended

Indianapolis, Indiana … The collection of empty pill containers for Malawi ended some time ago in the U.S. and other nations after the Indianapolis based not-for-profit received over 3 million prescription containers. After a large portion of them reached Malawi distribuiton is moving ahead at a rapid pace.   Thousands of pill containers have been…

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MILLION DOLLAR MEDICAL SHIPMENT BRINGS RELIEF

Chrissy

Chikwewo Health Centre, Machinga, Malawi … “The old woman walked slowly toward me. Her eyes said it was me she was coming to. I was a long way from home and she certainly did not know me as I stood there watching the crowd. For a moment I wondered what she wanted. I noticed she…

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JOINT PROGRAMS ATTACK FAMINE

Malawi, Central Africa … While the sub-Sahara is gripped in a critical famine that promises to get worse as the months come and go, the Malawi Project is engaged in a three pronged effort to assist some areas of the country to take measures that will help offset the full impact of this food shortage…

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WOMAN WITH A ROOF ON HER HEAD

Kasungu, Malawi … At first it looks like a bundle of grass or bamboo moving cautiously along the road. As it gets closer one can make out feet protruding below it, then a body begins to take shape. As it gets even closer one can nearly recognize that a woman is carrying this massive bundle…

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Tomorrow I Will Go Home

Editor’s Note: When young Nelson came in contact with the electric line near his school in Mponela it shot 220-volts of electricity through his body in a hit that should have meant certain death. In fact, when he reached Kamuzu Central Hospital’s burn unit some staff members were convinced that he would not survive. The…

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CHILDREN WITHOUT FOOD

Famine in Malawi Malawi, Africa … Tadala is a young boy in a remote area of Malawi. Like many children he is being raised in a village. Life is very similar for all village children. Young Tadala gets up before daylight and almost immediately does his household chores. Before most children are out of bed…

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