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All 42 Girls finish Secondary School

16th June 2018: Last week the head of our Girl Child Project Florence asked me what I thought of having a celebration for 42 of our girls who were now departing to do their final Secondary School exam. She advised that she would not spend a lot...

Forest Report from Msiro area in Dunduzu

19th April 2018: FROM: Prominence VENUE: Msiro Primary School PEOPLE PRESENT: The GVH Makhuwira, GVH Mzazi, VH Mateyo Muhanga, PTA chair of School, vice chair of Moyo wathu C.B.O and some community members. We were in Msiro Area in Dunduzu and we had a meeting at Msiro Primary School. We...

Preschool with 106 students

26th March 2018: Written by Miriam PRESCHOOL FOLLOW UP AT UCHIZI (ZOLOZOLO)   INTRODUCTION: This preschool started in 2017, by the women group for different churches who came together after noting this problem. They contribute money to pay for a house every month which accommodates 106 children from the area....

Florence (Head of our Girl Child Project) Reports

18th January 2018: This is Florence in the office with some uniforms for the girls. The following is a report on some of what she manages:   [vc_column_text el_class="indent-message"] WEEKLY REPORT 18th JANUARY 2018   Hi Boss, Am here to update you how things are going on  here,  on 13th January last week Saturday...

Christmas Letter 2017

We are now in our 13th year in Malawi and still making a little contribution, thanks to the support we get from caring people everywhere.  Every year has shown a few new dots joined, even though our spend stays about the same per year, but...

All in a days work

4th December 2017: Each day now our teams go in different directions, assisting each other to get as much work in as possible. Here in the picture Miriam (Preschools) and Prominence (Forestry) wait to head off on a joint venture with the pump guys delivering cement and...

Report: Agroforestry, Preschool, Pumps

4th October 2017: The picture shows small beginnings of a remote rural preschool. It will make an enormous difference. 3 to 6 year olds will go to preschool and almost all will transfer to primary school. From: Prominence, Miriam and Christopher Venue: Lusangazi at V.H Lamson Jere People present:...

Supporting the girlchild - Agness Khonje

Supporting the girlchild

2nd October 2014: Alepher writes: This programme helps the girls to develop skills and knowledge for a better tomorrow.They will be dependent on us now, but will help in developing our motherland, Malawi. Most of these girls are from remote areas and and travel unimaginable distances to strive...

Staff Meeting

17th Sept 2014: A report from Alepher: Date: 17/09/2014 Venue: Lusangazi farm GENERAL STAFF MEETING AGENDA • Review of farm • Review of factory • Duties and responsibilities of workers 1. Openning prayer The meeting started with a prayer by Wezzie Nyirenda 2. Introduction All the workers did self introduction and they mentioned their duties and responsibilities 3....

Production Line

13th September 2014: These guys are relentless. They are so systematic and of course have to be. We had a team building meeting at the beginning of the year to look at trying to organise our production. I asked if we could REALLY produce 15,000 seedlings for January 2015. One...

Mango Varieties

11th September 2014: Local Mango in Malawi is in season for a very short time and then it falls and often rots. We are now producing 8 different varieties on our farm. The idea is to have better fruit and extend the growing season. Soon we are planning...

Saturday Farm Meeting

23rd August 2014: Not too many people in Malawi work on Saturday, which constantly amazes me in such a poor country. All our staff work, while some go to Church. This meeting looks pretty official, note the chairs!! The weekly report from the farm goes: From: John Mtonga Date: 23 August...