Sep
Masks distributed to fish conservation committees
We have been able to provide 3,000 locally made re-usable face masks to our staff and to our volunteer fish conservation committee members, who are helping us to spread the word about the importance of social distancing, the use of facemasks and handwashing to those living in fishing communities...
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Sep
Back to school for Term 3
Students in Malawi have not started a new academic year but are returning to school for Term Three of the 2019/20 academic year. Standard 8 and Form 4 students are the first to return this week. They are studying before their final exams which they should have sat in...
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Sep
Cooking instead of school
Elliness is 11 years old girl. Her mother lets her help in the kitchen as they have a fuel-efficient Changu Changu Moto which are safer compared to traditional cooking methods. She cooks for her parents and her three siblings but she can’t wait to go back to school in...
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Sep
Successful fishing trip
Matajabu is a 69 year old fisherman, married and has nine children. He lives in a small fishing village in Nkhata Bay District and has been fishing for 55 years! He used to catch Utaka but in 2016, switched to catching Chambo fish as Utaka catches had dropped significantly....
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Aug
James the lead farmer
James Mhone was born in 1950 and has seven children and five grandchildren. He is devoted to farming and is a lead farmer so is busy multiplying the sweet potato vines so he can share them with his neighbours in the village. He said, “I wouldn’t go back to...
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Aug
New dormitory toilets
We are happy to announce that works to build additional toilets and washrooms at the girls dormitory at Kapanda Community Day Secondary School have started. During the school year the dormitory is home to more than 60 girls but they only had four toilets and four washrooms between them....
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