Each year we work with local residents in Sitima to explore ways of mitigating the effects of climate change as in the photo above which shows eager learners attending a compost making course.
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The young men at Mikuyu prison are eating well at Christmas thanks to donations given to N4BW by our supporters
Giving Tuesday, which this year falls in Tuesday 2 December is a day of global giving where everyone is invited to do something for good causes that mean so much to them
Our most recent newsletter …
October is an interesting month for us as two international themes which are celebrated during the month have a bearing on some of what we do.
We have seen and heard from the people of Sitima about their everyday experiences of climate change; about less predictable rainfall, increased flooding alternating with years of drought and then last year, Cyclone Idai, bringing severe damage to schools, homes and crops.
At our AGM held on 11, August, the trustees expressed their sincere thanks to our many supporters who help in so many ways.
A note of gratitude from Headteacher, Mr Lawrence Banda
” I cannot believe how amazing the classroom looks. That classroom will become the envy not just of the rest of the school but also of all other schools in the district. Thank you N4BW”
Malawi like everywhere else in the world is experiencing the traumas of Covid 19. At the time of writing, confirmed cases are 2500 and deaths 40. These figures may not seem high but they have shot up since the middle of June, thought to be because of the number of migrant workers returning to Malawi from South Africa.
Network for a Better World sends sincere thanks to Bike Town Africa for their generosity in supplying a total of 330 bicycles to the area.