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FROM SEED TO MARKET

A meeting where Bob Bob Gabrielse explains the tires used in the mobility units his company produces

Lilongwe, Malawi … As the Malawi Project assists agricultural co-ops, churches and village communities, each step toward independence is difficult, time-consuming, and expensive. To plant ideas, wait for them to take root, then take the next step takes time. This is especially evident in the area of agriculture, where old patterns die hard, and new…

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SAVING FOR THE FUTURE – Part 2

Saving for the Future

The Joseph Project – Part 2   (This is the second in the series on the Joseph Project, a new initiative by the people of Malawi and the Malawi Project. This program will put in place the means by which village farmers can generate, and store sufficient food supplies to feed the people during poor…

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SAVING FOR THE FUTURE – Part 1

Saving for the Future

The Joseph Project – Part 1   Most people know some facts about the Bible story of Joseph. Found in the book of Genesis, this young man was sold into slavery by his evil, jealous brothers, and then placed in prison under a false charge. Later he was the only one able to explain dreams…

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DRIP GARDENS IMPORTANT TO EXIT FAMINE

Drip Gardens

Thondwe, Malawi … No one needs to remind you, “a picture is worth a thousand words”. Nor do they need to repeat the fact that an example is more effective than a few words of directive. Over the past 20 years the Malawi Project has sought to integrate the idea of helping Malawians become more…

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NAMINKANGO’S NEW FARMING AID

V-Tractor

The new V-Tractor which was donated to Namikango Mission by the Malawi Project in February of this year has already been making it’s mark. With 90 acres of land, 10 acres of which is farmland at Namikango, there is a great need for mobility and transportation of goods, not to mention taking care of the…

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DRIP SYSTEMS BRING SELF ESTEEM

Lilongwe, Malawi … Drip Irrigation systems are part of the Malawi Project’s ongoing effort to offset the effects of the current famine by helping the farming community get on its feet from the disasterous famine now affecting Malawi. These systems are one part of a three-pronged effort to help the Malawian’s get on their feet,…

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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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“WALK BEHIND” GOES TO JAIL

Zomba Central Prison, Malawi … Zomba Central Prison is the main prison in Malawi. It is located across the road from Zomba Central Hospital, and on the southwestern edge of the old Capital city of Zomba. The prison is home to over 2,000 inmates, including not only men, but also about 30 women and children…

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CROPS IN THE DRY SEASON

Thondwe, Malawi … Traditionally farm crops are seldom grown in the dry season in Malawi. There are basically only two seasons; one the dry season that runs from April to October, and the other the rainy season, running from November to the end of March. During the dry season there is almost no rain at…

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NAMIKANGO’S NEW FARMING AID

The new V-Tractor which was donated to Namikango Mission by the Malawi Project in February of this year has already been making it’s mark. With 90 acres of land, 10 acres of which is farmland at Namikango, there is a great need for mobility and transportation of goods, not to mention taking care of the…

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