Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Christmas Story a Day…

Do you cycle to work? Over the past week we’ve told a Christmas Story a Day to tell our supporters, young and old, more about the life-changing work that we’re doing in Malawi. Today is all about Catherine Manda, one … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story a Day…

Will you be lucky enough to get books as a gift this Christmas? Books are vital for many of our education projects. RIPPLE Africa supports a number of local primary schools, as well as Kapanda, the secondary school the charity … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story a Day…

Bricks are literally the building blocks of life in Malawi. They are the foundation for homes, schools and clinics as well as RIPPLE Africa’s Changu Changu Motos-the now famous fuel efficient cook-stoves being built in thousands of homes across the … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story a Day…

Today is all about trees! Trees are important for many reasons, especially in poor countries like Malawi. In Malawi at the moment there are too many trees being cut down and not enough being planted to replace them. Did you … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story a Day…

We’re doing the 6 days of Christmas this festive season with a story a day until Christmas Day to tell our supporters, young and old, more about the life-changing work that we’re doing in Malawi. Today is all about Collins … Continue reading

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Make your gifts matter this year!

Last year we brought you the wonderful 12 days of Christmas video shot in Malawi! This year we’ve created a festive gift catalogue to showcase our valuable work. Have a browse. Get those last minute presents. Buy your Secret Santa. … Continue reading

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Mwaya Mondays- Volume. 64

This week’s Mwaya Mondays is written by Will Adams who volunteered last year. He recently brought his new wife Natalie on honeymoon to Mwaya beach! “Give a man a fish, and he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to … Continue reading

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Mwaya Mondays- Vol. 63

This week, our blog features more photos of the exciting building work happening in Malawi. This week’s entry features updates on a new project for the RIPPLE team- a “basic” double classroom block- now completed at Mwaya Primary School and … Continue reading

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