Welcome to the final update for 2018 and as you can see from the picture above, the rains are here, and Malindima is looking green again. The last two months have been an extremely busy time for Mphatikizo with four volunteers visiting from New Zealand.
While we have had some great successes there have also been some issues, most of which arose during our time in New Zealand. The most disappointing was that there was quite a bit of minor theft which collectively has cost a lot.
Welcome to another update after what has been, as usual, a busy time for Mphatikizo. From our family’s view point we are all very excited as in a couple of weeks I will be rejoining Regina and the kids in Malawi. As a family it has been a long hall for us all, but Regina has done a wonderful job flying solo in my absence.
Mphatikizo is looking at a very busy time entering the Christmas season with three volunteers arriving early October and staying until the New Year, and another four arriving via London late January and staying until March.
Kiaora everyone and welcome to another newsletter for Mphatikizo and the end of what has been a very busy month.
Last month saw the arrival of our volunteer group from Lincoln University who were here in Malawi to build a community Pre School, help establish gardens and take part in an out reach programme targeting young girls and early marriage. The communities here were absolutely wonderful in accepting the group with open arms and they were free after project time to interact with our neighbours visiting home, villages and playing with the abundant local kids.
Hi everyone and welcome to another update for Mphatikizo. Whilst I am still working here in New Zealand Regina and the kids continue with the hard work and on the ground in Malawi Mphatikizo continues to grow and assist people in the Machinga district. The Pre -School /Feeding Centre continues to grow at an alarming rate with the daily role now topping out at just shy of 200 children. We did receive food from the …