Year: 2019


Dec
Solar Lights for Standard 8
ETWA kindly donated funding to enable us to install solar lighting into Standard Eight Classrooms in Kachere, Chiomba and Matete Primary Schools, Nkhata Bay District, Malawi. Students in the six primary schools who are coming up to their final Primary School examination attend revision classes in the evenings to...
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Dec
Thank You Limbe Leaf
Our environment projects in Malawi cover huge distances but thanks to Limbe Leaf, our fish conservation team and the Fisheries Department in Salima are now equipped with new motorbikes. This will allow the teams to cover bigger areas, provide more training and attend meetings, all to ensure the success...
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Dec
Kapanda Secondary School Update
In Malawi the teachers can be posted to other schools with little warning. Unfortunately for Kapanda four teachers have been moved including Bright, Woodson and Eliam, and Collence is expected to be going soon. The disruption has impacted a lot on the students as the teachers haven’t been replaced...
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Dec
Fishing Communities Working Together
The Chambo fish (Oreochromis sp) has long been one of the most popular fish caught and eaten in Malawi and is therefore very sought after. Unfortunately, the high population growth in Malawi has put the species under such pressure that three out of the four species of Chambo are...
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Dec
More Desks for Primary Schools
In April 2019 we were able to provide a classroom of desks to Mazembe Primary School. Thanks to more funding from several sources we have now been able to equip numerous classrooms at Mwaya, Matete and Kachere primary schools – and just before Christmas too! Most primary schools in...
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Dec
Another trip complete for Nikki
This is a blog post written by Nikki Luxford, Corporate Partnership and Volunteer Programme Manager, following her recent trip to Malawi. And here we have it, another Malawi adventure is complete. I have had the pleasure of meeting and working alongside the most inspiring and hard-working people, all striving...
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