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September 2015 Newsletter

The latest African Vision newsletter is now available. You can read it here … September 2015 Newsletter You will no doubt have heard we won Gold at the Hampton Court Flower Show Garden in July this year. Click the link above for more information. I do hope many of you will be able to join us on Tuesday… Read more »

April 2015 Newsletter

The latest African Vision newsletter is out. You can read it here …  April 2015 Newsletter This year is our 10th Anniversary and there is lots going on to celebrate, including our Hampton Court Flower Show Garden in July. There is a full update on the very exciting progress being made in Sam’s Village which I… Read more »

September 2014 Newsletter

The latest African Vision newsletter is now out! You can read it here …  September 2014 Newsletter We have just finished a great summer of events including successful fundraisers celebrating Malawi turning 50 and more recently a wonderful Music Festival last weekend. Many thanks to those who supported these events and we look forward to… Read more »

April 2014 Newsletter

The latest African Vision newsletter is now out! You can read it here  April 2014 Newsletter Between January and March 2014 we have assisted 94 people with disabilities; they been taken into the capital to receive assessments, prosthetics and treatment. Also included is an update on our groundnut growing project and distributions to orphans of food,… Read more »

November 2013 Newsletter

The latest African Vision newsletter is now out! Have a look at the November 2013 Newsletter here. Exciting news that the maternity is finally in use and the first baby was born on the same day as the opening.  The Landirani Training Village has changed to ‘Sam’s Village’ in memory of Sam Hayes who passed… Read more »

Newsletter June 2013

Please read our latest newsletter following on from Heather’s recent trip to Malawi at;  African Vision Malawi Newsletter issue 17 June 2013 We are particularly raising funds for our Health Projects. We have just started to build a sorely-needed maternity unit and are looking to supporting people with disabilities Our very exciting project the Landirani Training Village… Read more »