My Wheelchair Will Help Me

By Malawi Project | May 5, 2007 | Comments Off on My Wheelchair Will Help Me

Nachulu Banda says simply, “My wheelchair will Help Me Work.” She is a businesswoman, but for years it has been almost impossible for her to travel to the gardens to buy, or to the markets to sell. Nachulu Banda comes from Mbunga Village in Dowa District, and her business is the buying and selling of […]

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No Hand Outs Here

By Malawi Project | May 3, 2007 | Comments Off on No Hand Outs Here

Joshua Bizwick’s Story Few people have ever heard of the tiny nation of Malawi. It is deep in the sub-Sahara of Africa, and in the vast expanse of the continent it is nearly lost because of its tiny size. Yet in this nation that is considered the third poorest on earth live a kind, gentle, […]

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For 40 Years, He Waited

By Malawi Project | April 27, 2007 | Comments Off on For 40 Years, He Waited

Chomveka Chunga’s Story He had lived for 40 years in and around Khombe Village. The area is within the jurisdiction of the Traditional Authority of Chief Chakhaza. For all of those years he had waited and wished and dreamed. Nothing happened. When he was young he struggled to go to school, but it was 15 […]

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Tears Turn To Smiles

By Malawi Project | April 15, 2007 | Comments Off on Tears Turn To Smiles

Leman Senti’s Story Leman was born some 25 years ago, but is not sure of his birth date. He was crippled from birth, and has never been able to get around on his own. Both of his parents are still alive, but they are too old and poor to help him. Leman is a farmer, […]

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