Our July 2016 Newsletter features news about our Burns Prevention Workshop, Occupational Therapist volunteer Mavali Morris, distributions, staff news, education, the new office and Sam’s Village…. It is online now for you to enjoy! AVM Newsletter July 2016
Posts Categorized: News from Malawi
Five of the students we have sponsored through secondary school have won places to study at university. Many congratulations to all of them! They are : Esther Amadu, who will study for a Bachelor of Science in Midwifery at Kamuzu College of Nursing Abraham Michael Banda, who will study for a Bachelor of… Read more »
“Since form one, I had a desire to become a nurse and help people in hospitals and communities so I worked hard to accomplish my dream.” – Loness Eliya We have begun publishing a series of life stories of the University Students whom our supporters sponsor. First is Loness Eliya, a nursing student at Kamuzu… Read more »
Read all our recent news in our Newsletter! AVM Newsletter April 2016
Check out the new webpage on the School Partnership between Chitsime Primary and The Mall Prep School, Twickenham. We facilitate 20 such partnerships, and this link between The Mall and Chitsime is an example of just one of them.
We have a fantastic new video to promote our work at Sam’s Training Village! Please take a look at it here!
Some of our Malawi staff – Ireen, Mercy, Bokela, Jack and Anold so far – have written about their life stories, what it means to them to work for African Vision Malawi, and they have some messages for AVM supporters. Read Staff Stories here.
Project4Africa have funded a number of fantastic projects in our area over the years. These include two school blocks, a staff house, CBCC at Namanyanga and recently the new Maternity Unit at M’bang’ombe. We are really thankful for their support with improving lives in our area. This autumn some of the Project4Africa team came to… Read more »
6,000 library books have travelled across the high seas and arrived safely at M’teza Library in Sam’s Village. Chikondi and Irene have started unpacking and shelving them. Organised by Noel Hayes, it is wonderful to have more books for the library. They will be a wonderful resource for the community. Thank you to every single… Read more »
Heather Palmer went to visit M’dozi Village in Mundundu Centre which is about 60km from the capital city last September. She spoke to a number of people in the village, namely orphans, single mothers and elderly. Heather chose to present some blankets, knitted by supporter from All Saints Church, Kingston, to the elderly and clothing to orphans. Below are some of the… Read more »