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How boreholes provided lifeline to Malawian community

Mary Msamph

Mary Msampha used to walk 10 kilometres to and from her house searching for water in Lipiri, Dowa District, Central Region Malawi. The area is within the control of Traditional Authority (T/A) Kayembe and shares boundary with T/A Chakhaza, another popular chief in the district. “Our children suffered a lot. Even cooking food was a challenge without water. Secondly, as ...

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How Moringa trees save lives in Malawi


Amid some rain drizzles, Francis Martin Chiponda stuns communities and foreign nationals from World Vision Support offices by declaring his HIV positive status. His declaration was not by force but meant to testify how he is still surviving. Chiponda – who comes from Champhula Village Head in Nthondo, Ntchisi District – was confirmed positive in 2006 after undergoing HIV voluntary ...

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Malawian lives transformed amid group’s intervention


World Vision’s investment is transforming Malawian lives and giving a fresh hope to thousands of impoverished people Eighteen-year-old Daniel Mwanza and his two sisters recall having no kind words towards their parents due to poverty levels they were subjected to. The three children from the family of Francis Mwanza from the area of Group Village Headman (GVH) Funachina in Traditional ...

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