In the form of a letter to the people of Sitima village, a returned volunteer reflects on the joys she experienced during her month long stay. Click on the title, ‘a volunteer reflects” to read on.
Ann Haggin from Kendal is part way through a 1000 mile virtual walk from Land’s End to John O’Groats in aid of children’s education in Malawi.
Read on, by clicking on the photo above, to find out more and to see how you can support her.
Covid restrictions in Malawi are being eased as a result of a reduced infection rate.
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.
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
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.
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.
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
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