02 Mar
  • By Isaac Msiska
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Making Bricklayers, Saving Livelihoods

Chimwemwe had always harboured ambitions of being a bricklayer. It was his passion, his goal, his dream and he was determined to fulfil the vision. There was one problem though, he had no financial capital to enrol at a vocational training school. His parents could not help either. They are both retired civil servants and [...]
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Fellowship Reformed Church in Hudsonville
20 Sep
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Visitors from Fellowship Reformed Church

We are expecting later this year a visit from our dear friends and partners from FRC Tom and KayLynn Beltman and Danielle and Geneva Wagenmaker will be visiting from Fellowship Reformed Church in Hudsonville, MI in the U.S.A. Sharing our progress with partners is always a joy but it’s even better when we can show […]

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There is Hope-Vocational Training-Bricklaying
01 Jun
  • By Isaac Msiska
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Aiming to Beat Men at Bricklaying

Female bricklayers… It is not everyday that one bumps into a woman holding a spirit level and building a house or maybe sliding under a vehicle to fix a mechanical fault. In many countries – if not all – construction and engineering trades are heavily dominated by males, forcing some to believe that females cannot engage in those areas.

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There is Hope Scholarship Program
22 May
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University Scholarship Program interviews

It’s this time of the year again when we interview potential candidates for out education programs. Interviews will take place for the next intake of students to our University Scholarship program. Applications were submitted from January to May.

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IAFR Tim Barns in Dzaleka Camp
21 May
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IAFR Visit

We are happy to have Tim Barnes and his team from International Association for Refugees (IAFR) back to Malawi working with the refugee community in Dzaleka.

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09 May
  • By Isaac Msiska
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Changing Lives One Card at a Time

When you are living in the remotest parts of the village, where income is low and money is as rare as a pot of gold, life becomes unbearable. Even buying a bar of soap to use for laundry, dishes and body hygiene is often a real struggle.

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