Volunteers have been to the maternity unit at the Matawale Health Centre, just 15 kms away from Sitima, to deliver baby clothes to new born babies. Most women give birth at home but for some who experience a complicated pregnancy or birth, the Health Centre offers medical and after care for mothers and babies.
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The photograph shows a mural which is behind the altar at Sitima Parish Church. It was created by Geraldine, a volunteer who developed beautiful murals within the church and also at the clinic, Three years following her visit with her husband, Nigel, the murals are as vibrant as when they were first done.
Read on (by clicking on the title) to discover how families in Sitima are growing and selling produce at their homes.
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The trustees of N4BW wish our many friends, donors and supporters a very happy Christmas
Volunteer Sheila Cogley and friends decorated N4BW tree with lots of colourful decorations in Malawi style.
The members of the local community are making bricks for the foundations and the photograph shows the brick firing process in action
In walking 1000 miles Ann Haggin has raised an amazing sum of £2582 to be spent on classroom furniture and educational resources in Malawi.
The feeding programme is assisting Standard 8 learners as they prepare for and take public examinations