Month: November 2012


Nov
Happy Baby News for Jimmy Masewa and Family!
RIPPLE Africa is pleased to announce that the latest addition to the RIPPLE Africa family arrived last week! Baby Jane Donna Rose Masewa was born on Wednesday 21st November, in Mzuzu, Malawi. Baby Jane is the third child and first daughter to Jimmy Masewa, RIPPLE Africa’s Pre-School Coordinator, and...
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Nov
Mwaya Mondays- Vol. 25
Mwaya Mondays- Vol. 25, Monday 26 November, 2012 “It’s been another wonderful week in Malawi. Lots of progress with the various projects, a trip to Mzuzu, a truly magnificent thunderstorm mid week…and a few tearful goodbyes at Mwaya Beach as well! Joan finished up her three months teaching to...
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Nov
Happy Thanksgiving from RIPPLE Africa!
As a UK charity working in Malawi, the American tradition of Thanksgiving is not a holiday which you might expect RIPPLE Africa to celebrate. However in honour of our growing team in the United States, we thought this year we would take the opportunity to be thankful! This Thanksgiving,...
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Nov
A New Scott in the RIPPLE Family!
RIPPLE Africa would like to say congratulations to Rob and Nikki Scott on the birth of baby Sophie Joy, born on 10 November. Rob and Nikki volunteered with RIPPLE Africa for three months at the end of 2011 as part of their year-long trip around the world, described by...
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Nov
Mwaya Mondays- Vol. 24
Mwaya Mondays- Vol. 24, Monday 19 November, 2012 This week’s blog is entitled “Reflections From an Accidental RIPPLE Volunteer” and is written by Benedict ‘Beanie’ Warner: “Nothing in Malawi happens quite as you expect, which is both one of the charms and one of the frustrations of travelling here....
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Nov
Mwaya Mondays- Vol. 23
Mwaya Mondays- Vol. 23, Monday 12 November, 2012 This week’s blog by RIPPLE Africa volunteer Monika: “Having been away on Safari, I decided to ask everyone for the ‘HIGHLIGHTS OF THEIR WEEK.’ PHOEBE: She, her sister Helen, and her brother-in-law Roger left last week for Nyika Plateau, which is...
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