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Once a child has moved into the third phase of care offered by Open Arms, one of the foster homes, they will begin going to school and making new friends in the community.
Back at the end of May we returned the first child to his family for the year 2013. Dziwani Swazi went to stay with his Grandmother in the nearby township of Mbayani.
Last week we had the arrival of twins at our orphanage after their mother died from a heart attack. The three month old twins came from the south of Malawi where flooding has been very bad.
The children from Annie’s house have started at Nursery school, whilst they adjust to a school environment (in Harrogate House their school was within the home).
Today is world AIDS day to raise awareness of the illness and to support those people affected by the disease. At Open Arms Infant Homes in Malawi, it’s a reminder of the plight the illness causes. 11% of Malawians are HIV+.
With the number of people facing hunger in the Malawi of 1.97 million, creating opportunities for families to grow their own food is imperative.
Your donation will help children in Malawi grow up healthy with the love of a family
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