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A new opportunity for community partnerships

A new opportunity for community partnerships

The World Food Programme estimates that malnutrition costs Malawi US$597 million a year, or 10.3% of GDP. Education can provide a route out of poverty, but Malawi’s schools have amongst the worst teacher pupil ratios in the world. Over 70% of Malawi’s children do not progress to secondary education, because they need to help cultivate crops, care for sibling or bring in a family income.

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2019 Annual Newsletter

2019 Annual Newsletter

Lots of little steps can add up to huge changes and this is especially true reading this year's newletter from Open Arms. Looking back on some fantastic work from the team in Malawi and the support that underpins this around the world, Read more here!

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Mangochi turns ten!!

Mangochi turns ten!!

The start of this year saw the Mangochi Infant Home reaching double figures. It’s been a journey full of successes and challenges.

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Goodbye but not forever!

Goodbye but not forever!

This year has seen Dilys Taylor, our long serving Treasurer in Malawi, retire after 22 years of carefully keeping the books and payroll for Open Arms Infant Homes. Here, she reflects on the charity and how she got involved.

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Partnerships that make a difference

Partnerships that make a difference

We are incredibly proud of the strong relations and partnerships that we have built up in Malawi. Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital and the Social Welfare Department play a key role in the care of the children that we support.

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