18 Jul

Serving our graduates by providing jobs

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
Chikuni is a small-scale farmer living in one of the remotest villages in Dowa District, about 50 kilometres from Malawi’s Capital, Lilongwe. In fact, farming has been a tradition in his family because his parents are small-scale.
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02 Jul

Comforting Umuhoza

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
Her name is Umuhoza which is Kinyarwanda meaning ‘Comforter’. Ironically though, the experience the young woman and her family have passed through in life has not been exactly comforting to her. For one, she is a refugee.
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20 Jun

Nurturing leaders who lead by example

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
“God does not entertain ignorance”, were the words that Vincent Arnold hang on to, and which ultimately became his motto. They were the five words that his pastor told him long before Vincent followed the man’s footsteps..
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08 Jun

The beggar who became a professional carpenter

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
Living in a refugee camp is a tough experience and Butoto Cloncho is one of the numerous displaced people who bear witness to the ordeal. He has passed through what he describes as “an agonizing life” in.
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24 May

Let there be hope

  • By Maria Chiponde
  • Cause in
Kiriza remembers one incident when rebels went to his house, killed his father and 2 of his younger brothers. It was the main reason behind his departure from Congo to Malawi. In 2012, Kiriza arrived in Malawi’s.
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03 May

Earning cash, brick by brick

  • By Isaac Msiska
  • Cause in
The year is 2016. Gelevaziyo Benson, a young man in his mid-twenties has just completed his secondary school education and is waiting for the next step. That next step is to study the art of building houses..
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