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Today seed distribution has occurred at Ehleheni, Traditional Authority Mzikuwola, in Mzimba district. 50,000 seeds and tubes have been distributed to two clubs comprising 20 members each.

Visitation at Mpamba Zikhole preschool

We took advantage of the pump team going to Nkhatabay. We visited a preschool which is in operation. The caregivers were told how best they could teach preschool in the midst of COVID-19.


Here we have very early apples this year but they will take many more weeks to mature. Not sure of the final number but I feel that the farm will produce about 500 apple tree seedlings this year.

Helping the poorest to help themselves

Since we focused on planting indigenous trees this year the really serious work has been to find seeds suitable for growing the wide range of Climate, Altitude and Soil conditions we encounter over a large area from Central to Northern Malawi.

The Farm

29th August 2020: Way back in 2007 we bought a piece of land in Lusangazi about 11 km from our base in Mzuzu, Malawi. It was fully organic from the beginning. We have never used chemical fertilisers and never use noxious chemicals as pesticides. A year later we

Far from everywhere

10th May 2020 People were extremely happy to see us installing the pump in the village. It is the first time the village has had good and safe water. Before they just dug small ponds where they have been drawing water for cooking and drinking. The

Forestry Meeting

9th May 2020: Today's forest Report. (from Lovemore) We went to Nkhatabay today and Kavuzi is the area. We were welcomed by four chiefs including the sub TA (in the red hats). 9 farmers clubs have been formed, each with a chairperson, and phone numbers have been collected. The chiefs

Clean Water thanks to James & Maura McMahon

8th May 2020 We are trying to keep the numbers attending small. The surrounding well cleared and well is good. People were happy to see the pump installed in the village for the first time. People in the village depend on farming to earn money. There

Forestry Meeting

7th May 2010: From Lovemore Today we met chiefs and farmers of Choma in the area of GVH VUKU SINGINI. We founded people were already seated and we were warmly welcomed. For them forestry is a new thing we talked the importance of planting trees with our message

More Clean Water

6th MAY 2020: The installation was exciting for the people; photos were taken for parts and after installation. The place was good and the well was also in good condition. They were walking long distance to an old borehole before and elder people were unable to

Fr John Hasset donated

5th MAY 2020: The installation went well and women and men came in a large number to witness the occasion. People in the village have been drawing water from a small pond which was very dirty and was not safe for human consumption. Water borne diseases

Very happy people

4th MAY 2020: Pictures were taken before and after the installation. More people escorted us to the well for installation. I tried to stop them coming in big number due to COVID-19 Pandemic but all in vain. People were over excited because no one thinks that

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