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Open Arms’ intervention is gratefully received

Open Arms’ intervention is gratefully received

Many of you will recall the desperate situation we reported on in early December last year, after hundreds of thousands of families were affected by a devastating food shortage in Malawi. Floods, followed by drought and very late and erratic rains, had wreaked havoc on the maize harvest, leaving much of the country starving and people literally fighting over scarce supplies.

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World Malaria Day

World Malaria Day

The Children from Open Arms regularly receive treatment at Blantyre's Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, for a range of illnesses including Malaria.

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Gogos are Great!

Gogos are Great!

​In Malawi the name for grandmother is ‘Gogo’. Just as grandma’s here are VIPs, they are even more so in Malawi!

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Malawi Floods Update
Care Assistant Lincy Retires After 11 Years of Service

Care Assistant Lincy Retires After 11 Years of Service

Sixty five year old Lincy Saka retired after eleven years of service. The staff have a social club that saves and contributes to occasions such as this.

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Supporting Kids of ‘Play Soccer Malawi’

Supporting Kids of ‘Play Soccer Malawi’

Open Arms has over the last year or so helped to support this very worthwhile club initiated by one of coaches of ‘Play Soccer Malawi’, a local NGO.

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