Mrs Phiri and Kondwani covered a total of 276 km in one day last week delivering emergency food to seven families.
Through our news feeds and recent food appeal you will have seen what a difficult time our families are facing in Malawi. They are in the middle of the worst crisis for ten years and their stories are heartbreaking.
Children in our homes always have enough to eat, but now with your help, we have been able to step in with some extra food for the children that we have returned back to their families.
Both little boys are now with their Grannies, Mada’s Granny was so thankful for the donation of food as they haven’t been able to grow any food yet so they are very hungry.
We also saw Aisha and little Frank who is always pleased to see Mrs Phiri’s familiar face and show her around his home.
In the meantime the families are doing piece work where they can to earn the money for each day’s meals. It’s hard work for them and there will still be a lot of hunger and worry until a good harvest returns.
Once nutrition levels are assess, Mrs Phiri and Kondwani also deliver rehydration sachets, soaps and clothes from our donated store. This is not a lot, but helps make life that bit more comfortable through such a tough time.
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