Disability is not Unability

By Malawi Project | February 7, 2007 | Comments Off on Disability is not Unability

Mary Chinomwe’s Story Mary is not sure about her birthday, but was born some 34 years ago. She was crippled from birth, and has never been able to get around on her own. Both of her parents died a few years ago. Her mother died due to hunger related disease during the severe drought in …

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I Can Now Care For My Family

By Malawi Project | January 6, 2007 | Comments Off on I Can Now Care For My Family

Masautso Chawauka was born on April 1, 1984. He was crippled from birth, and has never been able to get around on his own. He has a part time job at a store near his home, but he has had to crawl to work each morning. The police in the area have advised him it …

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