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As many of you may know Malawi was hit by cyclone Freddie.
Thankfully the loss of life was small but many of our villages were impacted.
 The water and wind devastated homes and new crops. It is difficult to move around but we have received reports from our partner Amos and Chief Clement. 
We are grateful our schools are providing shelter but little else. There is a need for blankets and food.

There will be requests for more funds than our budget can provide. 
We and more importantly the villagers in Malawi will be grateful for anything you can do including prayers. 

Click on the Donate Now button above to be directed to the gofundme page.

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Malawi ranks among the poorest of African countries with a population that suffers from chronic malnutrition, high rates of infant mortality and crushing poverty.

Hope for Malawi’s mission is to work at the grassroots level with the goal of attaining local sustainability. No project or development is undertaken without the leadership and efforts of the communities themselves. Priorities are determined by the chiefs of the various villages on behalf of their people. Since Hope for Malawi’s inception, these commitments have included addressing the need for fresh water and the building of footbridges for safer travel and schools for the youngest children. This remains the primary focus of the foundation as its work has spread to villages across the Zomba District, situated in Southern Malawi.

Hope for Malawi functions with the support of its incredible donors and volunteers in direct partnership with Malawians who provide land, labour, care and maintenance of the projects. The foundation operates with little overhead. What little overhead the foundation incurs is covered off by volunteer services or covering donations from the original founders, so that every nickel of your gift is spent in Malawi.

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