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Open Arms Mangochi

Davie is one of the children in Mangochi who is really thriving thanks to the care, nutrition and love he has received since he was welcomed twelve months ago. It is a diificult time for the team at Open Arms as we start to reshape our services to work within the funds available but with your help we will continue to provide vital care for children like Davie.

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Ezra finds a family he can call his own

When Ezra came to us, it became apparent very quickly just how unwell he was. Child sponsorship has given Ezra a brighter start to his life and we are delighted that he is now ready to move onto his next chapter with a family of his own!

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Empowering families with maize starter packs

40% of Malawi’s population live on less than a dollar per day, and 90% grow their own food to eat. One bad harvest could devastate a family and drive them further into poverty. To give our children the strongest possible start when they return home, we give out agricultural starter packs to families we work with every year.

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Israel's story

Israel was welcomed to Open Arms on 6th April 2018 after he was abandoned. He was referred to Blantyre infant home for care as the police investigated his case. Simultaneously the District Social Welfare Department took to identifying prospective foster/adoptive parents for Israel. Read his story here...

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Open Arms family grows by 5!

While the world continues to operate through lockdown, Open Arms Infant Homes continue to work hard to provide the vital services that children in our care require. Of course, in lockdown, our operating procedures are very different, but our commitment to supporting a child's right to survival and development by providing life-changing care remains stronger than ever. Since March this year, we've continued to welcome babies for vital care.

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A new start at home

A new start at home

Philemon and Maxwell both waved farewell to their carers in Mangochi recently and are now enjoying being back at home with their families. Looking at these two healthy, happy boys, it’s hard to imagine how they have coped with the journey that they have been on so far in their little lives…

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