Greetings from Malawi after that wonderful dinner event. I hope it was such a refreshing moment even as you listened to the video from this side. This brief report highlights some activities that have taken place recently. Most of the activities have been usual ones such as preschool and feeding, humanitarian relief food distribution, education assistance (education sponsorship), and spiritual care.
One classroom has been painted and decorated to enhance learning in children at Taulo.
For the third time in the year, more than 2,570 people (640 families) have been given maize (corn) which is the Malawian main meal. Thanks to all partners.
FVM assists 76 students (12 at colleges and university, 64 at secondary schools) with tuition fees. Antony Dyton and Grace Chikonga have been selected to the University of Malawi. Antony will pursue a four year Bachelor Science, Land Economy at The Polytechnic. Grace pursue a 5 year Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS)(Foundation) at College of Medicine.
Weekly radio broadcasts in Chichewa and Tumbuka still continues. Very encouraging feedback is received daily
More than 700 children are still fed with nutritious Likuni Phala (fortified soybean and maize) food.
The 10 families that were hosted at Taulo Nursery for three months due to demolition of their house by floods have gone back to their homes
Community Bible Study still continues with Pastor Justine Falinya and FVM team
There will be a two day community gospel outreach in Nandolo next week on 28 and 29 May, 2015
There is still acute shortage of food in Malawi and Taulo area is also hit the most
Soybeans field have been scorched due to early dry spell. This has negatively affected our soybean initiative that involved the community members in providing food for their children.
A two day Gospel Outreach at Nandolo (28 & 29 May, 2015)