Tag: RIPPLE Africa


Mar
Women Ensuring there are Fish for Tomorrow
Women aren’t often seen on Lake Malawi in canoes or plank boats catching fish. Nevertheless, they play a vital role in the fishing industry as the main processors and sellers of fish. Some women are even boat owners and hire fishers to catch fish for them. For this reason,...
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Mar
Thank you Art Play London!
We’d like to say a huge thank you to Art Play London and all who supported their fundraising event on Sunday for raising £1,100 for our pre-schools in rural Malawi. Ripple Africa run eight pre- schools and have over 800 children registered and attending. Every day they learn, sing,...
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Jan
Pre-school Training and Maintenance
Our eight pre-schools are run by enthusiastic teachers who love working with the children. They also love learning new concepts so all 27 teachers and our Pre-school Coordinator Charles Domingo were involved in a Rainbow Play training event which included a four day away workshop followed up by a...
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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
When volunteers just can’t help popping back
It’s lovely having past volunteers pop into our Malawi headquarters to surprise us! Elizabeth volunteered in 2012 and was delighted to learn some of the skills and knowledge she imparted are still being used today. Hendrick has visited before too and they love Malawi so much they’ve been back...
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Dec
Meet Ascherveen
Meet Ascherveen, a very happy little boy. Ascherveen is supported by our Disabilities and Rehabilitation Project as he has cerebral palsy. His family had resigned themselves to the fact that he would never be able to sit up let alone walk. However, Matilda who runs the project, has taught...
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