Month: October 2013


Oct
Mwaya Mondays – Vol. 58
A lovely Mwaya Mondays post by visitors Judi Duck (Retired Midwife) and Jim Duck (Retired GP) who stayed at RIPPLE Africa for 2 weeks: Judi writes: A 6am swim here is delicious! Cool, clear, fresh unchlorinated lake – miles of uncluttered, sandy beach coming to life – a kingfisher...
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Oct
Mwaya Mondays – Vol. 57
This week’s Mwaya Mondays entry is written by RIPPLE Africa education volunteer Emma Connolly: It has been a busy week at Mwaya, with a flying visit from Geoff and Liz and the arrivals of new volunteer Emily – an Australian physio; Jim and Judy Duck – visitors from Scotland;...
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Oct
Mwaya Mondays – Vol. 56
This week’s Mwaya Mondays blog is by recent RIPPLE Africa volunteer Paul Loriot-Lacarré: I write this in my fourth week in Mwaya Beach, the life here can be very quiet. You live in a way like the people of Malawi but without any stress. Whilst volunteering for RIPPLE Africa...
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Oct
Joe’s Hilly Hundred
“I’m riding 100 miles over the hills of Snowdonia for RIPPLE Africa because I’m an idiot, and RIPPLE Africa deserves it.” These are the words of RIPPLE Africa volunteer Joe Latimer, who cycled 108.3 miles on the 29th of August to raise money for the charity. Joe and his...
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Oct
Mwaya Mondays – Vol. 55
This week’s Mwaya Mondays blog by RIPPLE Africa volunteer Mike Orson The Strangers Who Came to Have Our Problems Keen to begin more hands-on healthcare work, Kendall and I recently embarked on a village project in Village Headman (VH) Chipolopolo’s region of Chiomba. With able translation provided by the...
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