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‘At night when it rains we cannot lie down. We just have to stand’. News From Malawi

ShelterBox Response Team member Becky Maynard (UK) is currently helping to deliver shelter to communities in the district of Mulanje in Southern Malawi, following devastating flooding that first started in January. 659 more words


Thoughts From Flood-hit Malawi - An Australian SRT Volunteer Reports

Australian SRT volunteer, Jeff Barnard from Valla Beach, NSW reports from his first deployment, to flood-hit Malawi.

Zikomo (thank you) Malawi” for your hospitality and warmth. 629 more words


On Zomba Plateau

One of the great things about living in Malawi is it the outdoors and the adventures you can have here. Living in Blantyre we are very close to some of Malawis great sights and experiences. 421 more words


Trip down memory lane... 6 months into the PhD

I visited Zomba for the first time in June 2013. I only went for three weeks, as a ‘scoping’ exercise to see if my PhD was feasible, but on my return I was asked to write a short… 1,024 more words

Zomba Plateau

With our Saturdays and Sundays now busy with children’s clubs, preaching and teaching engagements we have started taking Monday as our day of rest. We used the first Monday of this new system (2nd March) to test out our new 4×4 and headed off to the famous… 235 more words


A to Z: M is for...

  • Mandasi – Malawian doughnut! But no filling or sugar (too expensive). Favourite street food, especially in the morning when they’re fresh; Not so good when they’re cold and stale.
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Video: Flash Floods And Broken Bridges Create Extra Challenges In Malawi

As the rain continues to fall and the floodwaters keep rising in Southern Malawi, ShelterBox response teams have been working hard to deliver vital aid to communities that have lost their homes, despite various challenges. 178 more words