Pip and Sam are int he middle of their two month placement for the Vodafone foundation’s “World of Difference” Scheme. They both won the chance to work for a charity of their choice (Landirani of course) for two months, funded by The Vodafone Foundation. The main project they are both working on is Landirani Live… Read more »
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We have recently been awarded £7,000 to continue our Reforestation project. It was Seeds for Africa who gave us our initial grant for the planting of the fruit tree orchards in our schools and they have given us this additional grant to ensure continued success in the reforestation of our area in Malawi.
On Thursday 26th June we went to the airport to pick up Mr Kafumbi Njewa, our Malawian Director.He had a very busy two weeks…. On Friday 27th June we had our Malawi evening which was a great success, raising over £600 but more importantly, welcoming Kafumbi to the UK and giving people here a chance… Read more »
Thank you to Frank and Naomi for being married 25 years and asking for all gifts to be for Landirani. Also, thanks to all their friends for donating so generously to celebrate with them! We raised £1246 for the orphans. Zikomo kwambiri (thank you very much)
We are so grateful to The Heathland School for their kind donation. We took the bibs to Malawi with us last week and gave them to the kids. They were so happy and it made such a difference to them because it made them feel special and gives them a sense of worth and… Read more »
Tom is in Year 2 (Tiger Class) at Coombe Infants and has donated £21. 97, which was his pocket money. Landirani would like to thank Tom so so much for this donation – we’re all very touched by it. Zikomo (thank you)
We had an exhibition on Friday with photographs by Gaynor Cook. The exhibition, entitled “Life in Malawi”, was a collection of photographs taken in Malawi last year (April and October) and showed a variety of aspects of Malawian living and activities. We also showed the DVD by Sam Palmer that we’re producing. It’s still a… Read more »