It's a privilege not to be taken for granted to be able to send a unified message representing Malawi, Canada and U.S.A. as we work together for each other's good. We are currently in South Korea where the people are divided into two distinct countries although sharing a common history, culture and language for thousands of years. We are so thankful for the bonds of love that unite us. " How good and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity." Psalm 133:1
Dan and Chris
Some highlights of the last month...
FVM has finally signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Health Zomba District Health Office after five months since the process commenced. Following the MoU with the DHO, FVM-C and Dignitas International (DI) with Ministry of Health personnel have commenced on health activities in the communities in the months of March and continuing into April. In the year 2018, activities towards addressing health challenges will be carried out. Issues such as sexual and reproductive health (SRH) awareness among women and the youth, HIV & AIDS awareness campaign, as well as general awareness and referrals of non-communicable diseases for further treatment will be addressed.
Likini Phala and sugar for feeding the children. We are thankful for the community volunteers who assist in the preparation of the food.
Newton visiting the child care centre. Our FVM facility was able to be used by the Malawi government for many days, carrying out a National Identity Card exercise aimed at making sure every citizen has an ID card.
- Effective partnerships in carrying out health care programs in Zomba District (Taulo).
In His Service,
Newton Sunday Sindo