Welcome to our latest blogs

Welcome to our latest blogs

Your source of information and updates from Malawi and our supporters around the world.

Latest News

From seeing how our children are developing, the amazing support we get from our fundraisers to understanding the ins and out of running Open Arms, we’ve got it covered here.

Our 2024 Summer Newsletter is out now!

For those who prefer a digital version of our summer Newsletter (or those who can't quite wait for their postal one to arrive!) you can download your copy right now!

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Transforming care in Malawi

Empowering families is fundamental to building the best possible outcomes for vulnerable children. We are excited to be adding to our community based services this year by working closely with guardians and extended family members to give training, support, and resources to care for new-borns and vulnerable infants within their own homes.

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A long-awaited reunion

Read how early intervention from Open Arms helped Anastasia survive her rocky start, maintain her relationship with her family and - despite many obstacles - return home to her mother's care.

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Running to make a difference

After years of waiting and many months of training, Open Arms supporter Adam Rae ran the London Marathon on Sunday in a very impressive 3 hour 18 minutes - raising over £2,200 for the children of Open Arms!

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Simon Cycles From Harrogate to Paris to Run a Marathon

Simon Cycles From Harrogate to Paris to Run a Marathon

Simon Thomas takes on an incredible challenge for Open Arms Malawi by cycling 500 miles from Harrogate to Paris then runs the Paris marathon, all in one week.

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The lasting impact of a regular gift

Boyce was referred to Open Arms in November 2011 after his mother died. He was just 6 months old, poorly with chicken pox and was only a gram or two above his birth weight. Read his story here.

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