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It’s been another year of progress thanks to our corporate partners

It’s been another year of progress thanks to our corporate partners

We’d like to say thank you to SMBC Aviation Capital and Johnson and Johnson for their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects that have, in particular, supported educational projects in Malawi this year.

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Verde Valley School in Namalo Village

Verde Valley School in Namalo Village

​For many in our group, this is the first experience of living without electricity and running water, of using pit latrines and sleeping without beds on cold, hard floors.​

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Getting stuck in at Mangochi

Getting stuck in at Mangochi

​For some, the trip is a welcome return and a chance to visit the children they met as babies who have returned to their village homes and now attend school.​

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Volunteers Stories: Erin Brennan Burke

Volunteers Stories: Erin Brennan Burke

Erin volunteered in Malawi and Tanzania, during her gap year and on her blog she reflects on her journey and experiences. Erin spent some time at Open Arms and shared her thoughts and stories of her time with us.

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A Volunteer’s Story: Rebecca Clough

A Volunteer’s Story: Rebecca Clough

Open Arms was even more of an exciting experience than I had hoped for, and I adored spending time with everybody there.

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The Bower Effect

The Bower Effect

When Zoe Bower first volunteered at our orphanage in Mangochi, little did she realise that within three years, she’d be back on her honeymoon, surprising staff and residents and seeing for herself the effect of the incredible £10,000 she has raised.

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