Entries by n4bw_user

Food in Malawi

Wherever you travel you will see women selling produce at the side of the road, sometimes tomatoes, cabbages or cucumbers they have grown or maybe freshly made goodies like mandasi (delicious Malawian doughnuts) Read on for the recipe.

Women of Malawi

International Women’s Day on 8 March is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also encourages a call for action for accelerating women’s equality

Covid-19 rates soar in Malawi

At the end of December there had been a total of 6000 cases in Malawi but by the end of January the number of cases had quadrupled bringing the total to 23953.

Climate Change

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.

Giving Tuesday

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

International themes

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.

The season of creation

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.