Last year Malawi suffered from severe drought. Many of the shallow wells dug by the villagers while VIP provided the pumps, had gone dry due to the drop in the water table.
Jordan and I arrived 10 days ahead of the teams coming to Malawi to prepare as well as have an opportunity to learn from our brothers and sisters in the village.
The Water Walk event is designed to raise awareness of the need for access to safe water and the struggle to survive that our friends in Malawi, Africa face every day…
Today, after long discussions wrapping up planning and preparations for the Vet Team, Mwalabu, Bonongwe and I went into the field.
We first visited Chimpeni School. I have not been there since it opened on Sept. 3. It was a miraculous site to see.
This spring, a group of highly specialized veterinarians are sensing a call to offer their expertise in breeding, genetics, beekeeping, aquaculture and poultry rearing to a group of 20 villages in Sakata, Malawi, Africa.
This is Kondi. She looks happy, yet the tinge of red in her hair reveals something else. Red hair means malnourishment. This year there has been severe drought.
We are currently in Zomba, Malawi where we have been visiting local villages and working in a makeshift medical clinic. We were given a warm welcome by the villagers with traditional song and dance…
Your efforts will help raise awareness of the need for access to safe water for our friends in Malawi, Africa, and raise funds to support the construction of wells and the other life-changing sustainable development work that Villages in Partnership is doing in that impoverished country.
The Kalupe Health Clinic is bursting at the seams and progress is being made on the Maize Mill that will serve Sakata’s economic and food security needs.
Last week Laston Chitani was admitted to the Zomba Central Hospital to be treated for chest pains and fatigue. His situation worsened that night and he passed in the early hours of the morning. Laston was the first person from his village to attend college…