For the last few years, many people in our Community have worked hard to support the development of a school building in Malawi and supported several projects and campaigns.
In these pages you can learn more about what has been done, what is being done and what plans are afoot. The Malawi Project is a living example of how one community that has fought hard to retain its own village school has made a material difference to a Malawian village that otherwise would not have its own community buildings and services we take for granted.
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The Benefice group raised money for the Well at Malikopo and heard recently in an e-mail that read “Dear Tim, We are pleased to inform you that the Malikopo borehole is now 100% operational, about 470 households from three villages namely Chuzi, Jabu and Malikopo are now enjoing clean and safe water from the borehole.
An average of 100 people are now collecting water every day from a walking distance. This was not evident before the borehole was established. The villagers used to walk more than 40 minutes to collect 20 litres of water.
The villagers have asked me to say thank you for your valuable support to them, they hope to see you one day. (from Salvation Army H.Q. Malawi).”
We are now in the process of fund raising for Sports Equipment for Youth Camps and Bicycle Ambulances.
The Community Overseas Aid Project will be visiting Malawi again this Easter (2007) to inspect how monies have been spent and to assess schemes for potential future funding. The team will also be climbing Mount Mulanje, the highest mountain in southern Africa, to raise funds for a Bicycle Ambulance Scheme.
For further information or to pledge your support, please contact: Bruce Leckie on 01795 890550 e-mail: email@example.com or contact Tim Sidney on 01795 521714
or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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